Windows 10X is the more exciting version of Windows 10 that Microsoft has so far touted as made for Dual-screen devices only. Though leak of official documents earlier had mention of its availability for traditional laptops, Microsoft never confirmed that officially.
Now, well-known enthusiast, Gustave has found support for single-screen devices in the Windows 10X emulator.
Microsoft Emulator (used for 10X at the moment) supports a larger device, much bigger but also single screen. This might come out soon I guess? pic.twitter.com/cprO5WNit9— Gustave Monce (@gus33000) April 28, 2020
Looks like 100% scaling, I thought it was small because I'm not used to see 10X at this size on my 4K display pic.twitter.com/8n90l4DUlE— Gustave Monce (@gus33000) April 29, 2020
That may hint at Microsoft planning to use Windows 10X on a variety of devices may including the next Surface Hub. But it is still too early to say what Microsoft is planning to with Windows 10X as it is currently focused on the modular Windows Core OS that will be the base for all upcoming Windows 10 versions in future.
You can read our comprehensive list of new Windows 10X features and UI changes by clicking here. Read our complete Windows 10X coverage here.