The new rumors indicate Windows 10X, A modular and lightweight version of Windows 10 designed for dual-screen and foldable devices, may be launched as early as December, but does not support Win32 applications.
according to To Windows Latest, Windows 10X will reach the level of RTM (Release to Manufacturers) by the end of 2020, which means that the operating system should be complete enough for device manufacturers to ship it with the product.
This means that before Microsoft releases its own hardware, we may see devices from other manufacturers running Windows 10X.And, although Windows 10X was originally designed for dual-screen devices, it seems that we will also see it on single-screen devices-low-power laptops may compete with it Chromebook.
We should start seeing these new Windows 10X devices in the spring of 2021, but before you get too excited, the latest Windows report points out that the operating system may lack a key feature: support for Win32 applications.
When Windows 10X was first released, many people worried that it would be another restricted version of Windows, unable to run standard Windows (Win32) applications, such as the controversial Windows. Windows RT with Windows 10S.
The inability to run your favorite programs or any applications needed for work severely limits the attractiveness and usability of the operating system. Microsoft promises that Windows 10X will be able to run Win32 applications using virtualization.
However, according to reports, Windows 10X will not start using a technology called “VAIL”, which enables the operating system to run Win32 applications. Instead, users seem to be unable to use UWP and PWA applications.
These applications usually lack the features of the Win32 version, and there are still many applications without UWP or PWA versions. This means that Windows 10X may once again become an operating system that lacks many important applications.
Hope that Microsoft will add VAIL and Win32 application support to Windows 10X soon.
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