Microsoft said Tuesday that it will take the technology it designed for Windows 10X and repurpose it for Windows 10.
WIndows 10X is dead. Long live Windows 10.
Microsoft said Tuesday that it has decided to discontinue Windows 10X, its slimmed-down alternative to Windows 10, and will take some of the Windows 10X technology and incorporate it into Windows 10 as a whole. The announcement was made on the same day that the latest major Windows 10 upgrade released.
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