The Microsoft Windows 10X was supposed to launch in the first half of this year but unfortunately, that is not going to happen. According to a Windows Central report, Microsoft will start shipping the Windows 10X in the second half of the year.

The Windows 10X was initially thought to be meant for dual-screen devices but Microsoft later clarified that it will first appear on single-screen and hybrid devices first. However, the Windows 10X launch this year will focus on low-end educational and enterprise PCs rather than consumer devices, as a result there might be no support for Win32 apps.

Microsoft reportedly delayed the launch of the OS, earlier this year to develop it further and make it "ready and robust for a smooth release". Microsoft now aims to sign-off on a shipping build of Windows 10X in late spring, and have the first single-screen PCs begin shipping later in the second half of this year.



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