Computers running Windows 10 will see some improvements, performance enhancements and security communications in the coming May 2021 update. In the future, they will see more changes that were initially made for Windows 10X, which is now dead.
Windows 10 X - Microsoft's dual-screen operating system for devices - will not be released at all, Microsoft confirmed in a blog post on Tuesday, 2021, about the Windows 10 update. Instead, the company says it is taking what it has learned with Windows 10X and integrating it into its products.
Microsoft wrote, "Instead of launching a product called Windows 10X in 2021, as we originally intended, we are learning from our journey and the key core 10X technology in the company's Windows and other parts of the product." Accelerating integration - Executive John Cable in a blog post.
Other examples of use of Windows 10 Xtech in other products include Microsoft Defender Application Guard, improved typing experience and improved touch keyboard functions.
Earlier this month, it was reported that the new operating system would not come out even after its original release in 2020.