Windows 10X development paused, no launch in 2021

At the end of 2019, Microsoft unveiled Windows 10X, a lightweight version of Windows 10 intended for high-end dual-screen devices. In July 2020, the focus shifted to devices with a single screen and less powerful hardware. In addition, the arrival of the new OS was postponed to the first half of 2021. Only a year later, in 2022, would devices with double screens, including more computing power, come onto the market.

Windows 10X should deliver a Chrome OS-like experience.

About two months ago, according to Windows Central, the presentation of Windows 10X was postponed, to take some more time to finish the i’s. It was then expected that the new ox would be on the market in the second half of this year. According to Petri’s Brad Sams, it looks like the slimmer Windows 10 variant will take even longer.

For example, Microsoft would no longer plan to release Windows 10X this year. Development would have been paused to allow more developers to work on Windows 10. Some anonymous sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans claim that customers are not looking for Windows 10X as a separate operating system. There would be interest in bringing Windows 10X features to Windows 10. This would be the main reason why the software developer has chosen to postpone it.

Source: Petri

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