Mary Jo Foley reports that Microsoft has delayed Windows 10X to Spring 2021 and won’t rollout a dual-screen version until 2022.
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The rollout of Windows 10 version 2004 was expected to go smoothly, but that hasn’t happened. Now there’s a new problem.
While the rest of Microsoft embraces open source and open standards, Windows app development remains stuck in the proprietary past.
Or, at least that’s the plan, according to a Microsoft blog post that was mysteriously edited to remove this information.
After years of silence and misinformation, Microsoft finally made it official: It is “unifying access” to Win32 and UWP APIs.
In a concise post, Windows chief Panos Panay described coming innovations in Windows. But what did he really say? And not say?
A month ago, we heard that Microsoft was rethinking its plans for Windows 10X. Today, Panos Panay confirmed that change.
Microsoft signals that Windows 10X and its simplified new user interface and container-based architecture is too important to screw up.
Microsoft has reportedly changed its plans for Windows 10X: it's now focusing on getting the new experience on existing single-screen devices, forcing the Surface Neo to be delayed till next year.
The new emulator is still horribly slow and incredibly buggy, making it impossible to accurately assess the system’s ability to run legacy desktop apps.
New versions of the Microsoft Emulator and the Windows 10X emulator image are now available, and you no longer have to be an Insider to use them.
Has Microsoft has solved the Chromebook problem? Does Windows 10X meet the needs of what we used to think of as an EdgeBook?
Like them or not, we can at least agree that the new Windows 10 icons are the most superficial design change that Microsoft could possibly make.
It is perhaps not coincidental that the coming Windows 10X user experience mimics that provided by Office via multiple entry-points.
I was surprised to discover that my biggest blocker in using a Chromebook was workflow related. How does Windows 10X measure up?
For years, Microsoft has been trying, unsuccessfully, to find a way to modernize Windows and the apps that run on it.
Microsoft reveals new Win32 container in Windows 10X, says OS updates will take less than 90 second restarts.
Microsoft is releasing the new Windows 10X emulator today, showing developers how they can start building apps for dual-screen devices. It's also showing off some Windows 10X features.
Today, Microsoft will finally explain how developers can target dual-screen experiences and give us our first real peek at Windows 10X.
The software giant also plans a similar preview SDK for Windows 10 X and will bring dual-screen experiences to Edge.
Lenovo introduces the "world's first foldable PC", co-engineered with Intel, coming sometime in mid-2020 for $2,499 with Windows 10 Pro.
I’ve been writing about Windows for over 25 years, and it has never been less relevant or less well-cared-for by its maker.
2019 was a confusing year for apps. UWP was declared dead. PWAs didn’t take off, again. And Mac Catalyst landed with a thud.
Microsoft has quietly revealed the final name of the next version of Windows 10. You’re not going to like it.
One of the big questions around Surface Neo and Surface Duo is how developers can target these devices with apps.
As we reported, Windows 10X will come to normal PC form factors, and it will run desktop applications in containers.
Microsoft has created a central repository for all of the keynote and session videos it recorded at its recent Ignite 2019 conference.