Microsoft has released the first developer preview of Windows 10X, a new version of Windows that is designed to work with dual-screen PCs like the upcoming Surface Neo and Surface Duo.
Windows Central posted a video hands-on look at Microsoft's new OS earlier today.
Because Windows 10X is a modern OS, many legacy components have been stripped out and containerized. That means the entire Windows Shell has been rebuilt from the ground up using modern code, and doesn't feature any legacy elements. Because of this, everything from the Start menu to the Taskbar has been redesigned, and in our hands-on video we take a closer look at some of those changes.
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