A new report from Windows Central outlines what we might expect from Microsoft in 2021. Windows 10 has been Microsoft’s primary OS since mid-2015, and the operating system is due for a major update. Windows 10X is will bring a bunch of optimizations for dual-screen laptops and low-end PCs.
Windows 10X is expected to arrive sometime in the first half of next year. The OS will initially arrive for ARM-based computers, meant to compete with ChromeOS and iPad OS. Windows 10X will also support Win32 applications eventually, with a future update.
Source: Windows Central