More Windows 10X features are coming to your Windows 10 desktop

Windows 10X features

Windows 10X will first debut on new single-screen devices in
spring of 2021, but your current device will also get new
features from Microsoft’s modular OS. As we reported in
May, Windows
10X features could be making their way to Windows 10 sooner
than expected and it’s already happening internally.

Microsoft is currently gearing up to let users in the Windows
Insider program try out the Windows 10X features, but some
lucky testers are already able to access the hidden features.

Last month, Microsoft started rolling out
Windows 10X’s Emoji + Clipboard and new touch keyboard to
desktop users.

Microsoft is now planning to release a new Windows 10 update
with a new OOBE (out of the box experience) that completely
changes how you setup your device.

This new experience is being ported over from Windows 10X and
the UI is based on HTML and CSS code. In other words, the new
OOBE screen is web-based and Microsoft should be able to update
it more frequently.

Windows 10X OOBE

Currently, Windows 10 comes with an old-fashioned setup
experience that forces you to use Cortana and Microsoft

The current experience, which is in blue aesthetic, is not very
user-friendly, but Windows 10X-based OOBE screen ditches
Cortana and offers a traditional window-based reading

This means that you don’t have to wait for Cortana to finish
talking and promoting Microsoft services. In the new setup
experience, you can configure Microsoft’s tools, select your
account preference, customize privacy settings, and enable

Windows 10 OOBE screen

As you can see in the above screenshot, the new OOBE window
itself is white, but Microsoft is also working on a dark
variant. This new window UI is adaptive and it will adjust to
different form actors, including dual-screen devices when
they’re available in the market.

As we mentioned at the outset, this is just the beginning and
more Windows 10X features could be making their way to Windows
10 next year.

For example, faster Windows updates experience is also said to
be coming to desktops soon, which could mean that you’ll be
able to apply Windows updates in a matter of minutes.

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