While Microsoft was pretty nervous about Windows 10X so far, it is expected that an upcoming variation of its operating system will debut with the and Surface Neo to give more insight into the company's plans to customize the user experience for dual screen devices.
A Twitter user, known in part for previous Microsoft leaks WalkingCat, discovered what appears to be a kind of internal document accidentally went live on Friday with details about Windows 10X . It was pulled out before we looked at it, but reports came from other outlets that made the draw faster .
Earlier, Microsoft stated that its taskbar for a one-off dual-screen surface would receive a revision apparently containing "a series of "Leverage" to tune its base model to "Both Clamshells and Foldables " – which means Windows 10X will likely be available for more traditional laptops as well . The Notification Center is reportedly also provide additional configuration options.
Given that Microsoft planned for 2020 Surface Neo and smaller Surface Duo as mergers of a laptop, mobile phones and tablets marketed These options are likely to allow users to switch between more traditional interfaces for these devices, and hopefully leave them i Select favorite items and put them together to make something new .
Microsoft also suggested that the Start menu contain similar changes and it should be renamed as a Windows 10X launcher. "Search is seamlessly integrated with web results, available apps, and specific files on your device. The recommended content is dynamically updated based on your most-used and most recently used apps, files, and websites, "the document says according to Verge.
Unlocking your device should also be a bit easier. According to an Engadget report Microsoft suspends the suspension for this operating system, instead, the Windows software Hello Face Recognition software fires immediately when you wake up your device.
Microsoft has not publicly commented on these leaks, so for the time being it's just technical speculation. The company did not immediately respond to Gizmodo's request.