Last month was busy in terms of Windows 10X news as Microsoft rolled out an emulator for the new Windows 10 OS. Microsoft also expanded many details of the platform before it lands on the Surface Neo later this year. Now, Redmond has expanded the emulator to allow anyone to test Windows 10X. The emulator released nearly a month ago was limited to Windows Insider Program users. With the new emulator, even non-Insiders can access and test Windows 10X. The fully available emulator is part of 10X emulator version 10.0.19578 which is available from the Microsoft Store. “The Windows 10X Emulator Image version 10.0.19578 includes a new EULA that no longer requires it to be installed on a Windows Insiders machine,” Microsoft explains. “You can now install it on Windows 10 version 10.0.17763 or higher. With released SDKs, developers can use this new configuration to test their existing apps on the dual-screen devices and to enhance their app experiences with dual-screen patterns; taking advantage of TwoPaneView class and leveraging the Wonder Bar with CompactOverlay.”
Windows 10X Emulator Arrives on the Microsoft Store
Microsoft says the Windows 10X emulator is now available to everyone following a month limited to the Insider Program.