Microsoft already has provided some details on Windows 10X for dual-screen devices, but now Microsoft’s leaked internal design document confirms that it may come to traditional laptops. WalkingCat spotted the document detailing Windows 10X’s design. As per the Windows 10X document, the company is making the Windows 10X ready for both clamshell laptop and dual-screen foldable devices.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”zxikm5d3e04a8f1451″]
From the leaked document, it seems the company is working on the taskbar design, which will be at the same base model with a series of levers, and it will adapt the interface according to the type of the device. In other words, the taskbar icons will be aligned left when using a laptop and aligned center on dual-screen foldable devices. Below are the screenshots of the document.
The document also reveals that Microsoft refers the Start Menu as ‘Launcher,’ which will be integrated with Windows Search, apps, file storage, and web search. For quickly starting and resuming the tasks, shortcuts will be there in the Launcher. There will also be a ‘My apps and websites’ section where you can even customize the apps to your requirements. Moreover, the Launcher comes with a ‘Recommended’ content section, which will dynamically update the frequently and recently used apps, websites, and files.
However, now Microsoft has made this leaked Windows 10X documentation offline. We are unable to find any details about what type of clamshells will support the OS.