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Microsoft’s OS for dual-screen devices is reportedly named as Windows 10X



Microsoft's OS for dual-screen devices is reportedly named as Windows 10X

We have yet another leak regarding the Windows event for its upcoming lineup of Surface devices. However, this one is a little compared to the rest because we do not have any leaked image to share with you. But we do have information regarding what Microsoft plans to do with the device. We are talking about Microsoft’s foldable devices or dual-screen devices in the Surface lineup. There have been leaks suggesting that a teaser for the first dual-screen device from Microsoft would be released at the October 2 event.

Now, a new leak from Evan Blass suggests that Microsoft has made a new operating system for those type of devices too. Well, this is not a new operating system but a version of Windows 10. According to the report, Microsoft would call this version of Windows 10 as Windows10X. What this suggests is that the Microsoft Surface event for October 2 is expected to be the biggest in Microsoft’s history.

Windows 10X will run on the rumoured Centaurus device which we reported about earlier. Windows 10X is also reportedly the same thing as Windows Lite. This means that Windows Lite will be made for different type of screens and it will adapt to different resolutions in real-time. Also, Windows apps will obviously run on Windows 10X and they are said to be running in “containers”. Also, it is more than likely that this product will be unveiled by Microsoft at the October 2 event even if it does not go on sale right after the event.

Apart from dual-screen devices, Microsoft is also expected to launch a Surface device which runs on ARM-based processor and it also has minimal design and is said to be the flagship product from the company. Also, Surface Pro and the Surface Laptop will be refreshed with USB Type-C support and latest Intel processors.

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