MICROSOFT IS BRINGING its new operating system variant, Windows 10X, to more devices than first thought.
Windows 10X is designed with dual-screen and foldable devices in mind, offering a version of Windows tailored for multiple touchscreen devices. Now it seems that it could be an option for touchscreen laptops too.
The last time Microsoft tried to fork Windows, it was with the original Surface devices which ran Windows RT, a stripped-down version which could only access newer UWP apps.
Windows 10 S Mode was originally meant to be a standalone fork but ended up being an optional stripped-down UI for Windows 10.