Microsoft recently announced that Windows 10X that was introduced as meant for dual-screen devices only, will be first made available on single-screen devices. Now, as far as we hear from our sources  Windows 10X may be now launched in March/April 2021.

Windows 10X launch will see it coming pre-installed on a number of Notebooks and convertibles and Microsoft may market its modern aesthetics and speed. What we hear is Microsoft is targeting RTM of Windows 10X in December 2020 to enable manufacturers to load and test the final release build.

Windows 10X acceptance by existing Windows users may not be without its challenges. One of the key reasons behind this may be limited feature support of Win32 apps by Windows 10X.

Take a look at modular Windows 10X major features and changes that make it a faster and more aesthetically pleasing Windows 10 variant.