By the end of the year, two versions of Windows could be installed on PCs. One is the much-delayed Windows 10X which will go through single-screen computers first before exploring dual-screen contraptions if it lasts that long. However, Microsoft won’t exactly ditch the traditional Windows 10 and might give it a substantial visual refresh. Needless to say, neither can look like the Windows 10 you know today from the start, literally.
Microsoft has already shown the basic idea of the Windows 10X Start menu when demonstrating the equally delayed Surface Neo. It’s definitely not your conventional Start menu, and not just because it floats in the middle of the screen. Unlike what you currently have on Windows 10, these are app shortcuts, both Native and Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), as well as the sites Web. Based on the single image shown by Zac Bowden of Windows Central, it…
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