Windows 10X was first introduced by Microsoft in October last year during the Surface event and according to the company, the OS was designed as software for dual-screen devices. Now Microsoft has revealed that Windows 10X would be launched for single-screen devices initially.
It also seems like some of the modular OS key features will be added to devices sooner, as earlier Microsoft had planned to introduce some of Windows 10X features to Windows 10.
Microsoft's newest features for Windows 10 Build 20185 include a new, redesigned panel that will let users insert and search for emojis, GIFs, and clipboard content.
Moreover, users will experience a new homepage that will let them access their recent most-used emojis and GIFs. The emoji panel will include an option of Clipboard History that will display the list of recently copied clipboard items with a maximum of 25 items, the oldest out of which will disappear as new ones appear. The Clipboard History feature will support text, images, HTML content, and can be synced across devices. The feature can also be turned off from the settings.
It has also been reported that a faster Windows Updates experience might also make it to Windows 10, hence allowing some updates on Windows 10 to install instantly. In addition to that, users can also expect a new Action Center.
It is not, however, certain if these features will make their first appearance on Windows 10 or not.