I Just Tried Windows 10X And Everything Makes Sense Now
Back in October 2019 when Microsoft announced Windows 10X, many believed this would become just another failed operating system, pretty much like Windows RT.
Supposed to power Microsoft’s push for dual-screen and foldable devices, Windows 10X is still based on the core Windows 10 experience, so it really shouldn’t take too long until you figure out how to use it.
However, the dual-screen form factor does introduce new capabilities, including support for moving one window from one screen to another, and you can easily do this with just a drag and drop. Furthermore, if you drag a specific window just between the screens, it automatically expands to use the entire screen estate when the tablet mode is used (with both displays flat).
The experience overall is very straightforward and all things are exactly where you’d expect them to be. Of course, Windows 10X still needs further refinements here and there, but otherwise Microsoft’s new approach seems to be the right o… (read more)
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