Three Windows 10X Features We Need in Windows 10
Windows 10X isn’t only an operating system that’s supposed to power a new category of devices, but also the platform responsible for introducing a series of changes to the modern Windows experienced pioneered by Windows 10.
Given it’s supposed to be used on dual-screen and foldable PCs, Windows 10X comes with several notable changes that should eventually make their way to full Windows 10 as well. And judging from sources familiar with the matter, this is something that Microsoft is indeed considering right now.
The Start menu
As we know already, Windows 10X features a redesigned Start menu that’s based on a significantly simplified approach versus the sibling that’s currently available on Windows 10.
First of all, there are no live tiles, and this makes sense given that the purpose of the Start menu is first and foremost to let you launch apps. Live tiles only make the UI more cluttered, and on a device like the Surface Neo, you really don’t wan… (read more)
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