The latest Windows 10 Insider Build 20231 gives users a taste of the upcoming Windows 10X operating system. A 22-second long video uploaded by Twitter user Albacore shows the new Windows 10X Out-of-The-Box Experience (OOBE) on the regular desktop build.
As seen in the video, the new OOBE presents a colorful setup process for users compared to the traditional blue-themed screens. The video shows various screens to input the username, password, and choose privacy options for the device.
We can expect these changes to arrive in the stable Windows 10 builds in the coming future.
Yesterday, we also reported that Microsoft is testing a new setup screen to improve the relevancy of the device setup. So, the new Windows 10X experience comes in as an addition.
To recall, Windows 10X is an under-development operating system based on Windows Core OS. While initially meant to power dual-screen PCs, Microsoft announced earlier this year that Windows 10X will first arrive for single-screen devices.
Surface Neo is believed to be the first Windows 10X-powered dual-screen device. However, its release date is now uncertain after Microsoft quietly removed Neo’s product page from its website.
Nonetheless, let’s see what new Windows 10X features Microsoft has to offer in the coming months. Also, for now, you can use the Windows 10X emulator to get a taste of the upcoming OS.