Microsoft Windows 10X has been in the news for some time since Microsoft first announced it back in the fall of 2019. Originally set up for sale in 2020, the OS was delayed. According to a new report, Windows 10X is now delayed again.
A new Windows Central report suggests that Microsoft may release the Windows 10X public building in the second half of 2021. Originally designed for folding programs, later Microsoft decided to design Windows 10X single-screen PCs.
Why your PC might not get Windows 10X soon
The report suggests that Microsoft targets low-cost, low-cost consumer education customers, and “will not focus too much on consumer devices”. Microsoft is reportedly preparing a major update called Sun Valley designed to update Windows 10 and make it look more modern.
No Win32 app support
Microsoft does not plan to install Win32 local application support for Windows 10X, at least when it launches. The report suggests that the company prioritises the expulsion of Windows Desktop Desktop and Cloud PC as streaming solutions.
Windows 10X is likely to launch with the start of a new academic year. However, this is just speculation and there is no similar confirmation yet. However, if you consider that Microsoft has targeted lower education customers, this timeline seems likely.