This reveals the centre-aligned taskbar with a tablet-like icon page familiar from earlier images of the dual-screen variation.
The existence of Spotify on that list is fascinating, as it is not a UWP app, though it could be the PWA which is pinned. It is also notable that the Start Menu treats apps and site faster ways as equals. Apparently the Start Menu does not support folders, which may be a problem for those who utilize large numbers of apps routinely.
Following this leakage ALumia also posted a brief video flaunting the boot animation of the operating system.
Windows 10X boot animation
Windows 10X is still winding its way towards RTM, however we understand the OS is close to launch, and we are now seeing some leakages displaying the single-screen variation of the new OS.
WindowsCentrals Zac Bowden posted a picture revealing the Start Menu of the brand-new OS, which can be seen below:
Windows 10X Start Menu
When setting up the device, Windows hacker Albacore likewise published the OOBE.
It is currently thought that it will be some weeks prior to a last build of Windows 10X is sent off to OEMs.
While Windows 10X was originally planned for high-end dual-screen tablets, the OS has actually now been retargeted for less expensive laptops running UWP apps and PWAs, with the main competition being ChromeOS. It will feature real instant-on, providing the guarantee of a mobile phone experience for a desktop OS.
The very first devices running the OS are expected in Spring 2021. The gadgets will be targetted at front-line workers who do not typically utilize computer systems, and much of the work to make the OS easy and user-friendly to use for this population are anticipated to also filter back to the full version of Windows 10.
The presence of Spotify on that list is interesting, as it is not a UWP app, though it could be the PWA which is pinned. It is also significant that the Start Menu treats apps and website faster ways as equals. Reportedly the Start Menu does not support folders, which may be a problem for those who utilize big numbers of apps routinely.
The animation is from Windows 10X|Develop 20279.1002.