According to recent reports, although Microsoft does not like to talk publicly about its next-generation operating system, Windows 10X, the company seems to have made some significant progress internally.

According to Windows Central editor Zac Bowden, Microsoft has completed the final compilation and build version of Windows 10X.

It is understood that Windows 10X was once intended for dual-screen devices, such as the Surface Neo device that has been delayed, but Microsoft has reworked its plans.

Now, the Windows 10X operating system is considered to be only shipping on new lightweight and economical PC devices, and it is expected to appear sometime next year.

This means that Windows 10X will not be used on existing PCs or tablets such as Surface Go 2.

Bowden broke the news that December 10 was the day of the "final build version" of Windows 10X, but Microsoft has not yet fully completed the development of the operating system.

The company is still working hard to fix internal errors until the new devices equipped with Windows 10X are shipped.

With this in mind, it looks like the development of Windows in 2021 will definitely be exciting.

It is expected that next spring may bring a small version of the regular Windows 10 update again, but Windows 10X may be launched with it.

Then, in the fall of 2021, we will see the rumored major update of Windows 10: "Sun Valley" UI design and "Cobalt" update.


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