Microsoft has postponed the release date of the new operating system it has been working on for a long time. Windows 10X will reportedly be available in the second half of this year.
Late last year, there were numerous rumors that Microsoft planned to release the Windows 10X operating system in the first half of 2021. However, according to the latest information, the software giant has decided to postpone this date.
Windows Central editor Zac Bowden said the release of the Windows 10X operating system has been postponed until the second half of this year. According to Bowden, the company doesn’t want to release the new operating system until it’s fully ready.
Will Win32 support the app?
Delaying the release date may bring to some of your minds whether there will be any new developments in Win32 application support. Unfortunately, Windows 10X will not offer such a feature in the first place. Instead, the company plans to feature Windows Virtual Desktop and Cloud PC solutions for Win32 apps.
Windows 10X was introduced in October 2019 as an operating system designed for dual-screen devices such as the Microsoft Surface Neo. Following the indefinite postponement of the launch of the Surface Neo, the company redesigned Windows 10X for classic single-screen laptops.