Instead, the company says it will integrate key 10X technology into the traditional version of Windows 10 and other products.
Windows 10X is dead before it even had a chance to live. On Tuesday, Microsoft formally and finally announced that it was pulling the plug on the would-be competitor to Chrome OS. Instead, some of the core technologies in 10X will pop up in other products.
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“Following a year-long exploration and engaging in conversations with customers, we realized that the technology of Windows 10X could be useful in more ways and serve more customers than we originally imagined,” Microsoft said in its Tuesday blog post.
“Instead of bringing a product called Windows 10X to market in 2021 like we originally intended, we are…