Making sense of Windows 10X

We talk with Microsoft expert Mary Jo Foley to find out what is happening with the newest version of Windows.

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Iyaz Akhtar works tenaciously to make technology work for him so he can live a life of leisure. He's been in the tech sector as a writer, an editor, a producer, and a presenter since 2006.
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Microsoft wowed the world when it introduced two dual-screen devices: the Android-powered Surface Duo and the Surface Neo, which would run a new version of Windows called 10X. 

When Microsoft announced 10X in October, it said, "Windows 10X is designed for new dual-screen PCs and not as an OS upgrade if you already own a PC." However, ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley reported in April that Microsoft was going ahead with Windows 10X, but for single-screen devices. 

So what exactly is going on? Why would a dual-screen OS end up on single-screen devices? We brought in Mary Jo to get some answers.

Find more of her work at All About Microsoft and on Windows Weekly