What you need to know
- The Windows 10X out of box experience has appeared in the latest desktop builds.
- The video confirms that Windows 10 desktop is getting the same new OOBE experiencecsoon.
It's been some time since we've seen any concrete news about Windows 10X. But people waiting in anticipation for the new version of Windows 10 have something to check out now, a video showcasing the Windows 10X out of box experience (OOBE) on desktop has appeared online. The brief video hints that this new OOBE may soon be making its way to Windows 10 desktop.
The video was shared online by well-known coverer of Windows Albacore.
The video is only 22 seconds long, but it shows a fresh new interface for the OOBE and some of the options that you'll see when setting up a Windows 10 or Windows 10X device in the future. This isn't the first Windows 10X feature to make its way to desktop, either. Just a few weeks ago, Microsoft began testing the new Windows 10X touch keyboard experience on desktop too.
Windows 10X was delayed until next year as Microsoft refocused on delivering the best Windows 10 desktop experience. When Windows 10X is ready, it'll launch first on low-end to mid-range Windows laptops, and not dual-screen PCs. We expect more Windows 10X features and UI to make its way to Windows 10 in the coming months too. What are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments.
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