https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dual-s ... -dev-tools
Build Number - 10.0.19563.1000.amd64fre.rs_prerelease.200206-1533
Release Date - February 11, 2020
In summary, Microsoft has today released what they're calling a public preview of Windows 10X, the new variant of Windows engineered with dual screen devices in mind, as well as developer tools required to begin developing for the platform. The Windows 10X Developer Preview is available via a Windows 10X Emulator Image intended to be used alongside the Microsoft Emulator, which requires a 64-bit Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, or Education Hyper-V compatible system running Windows 10 build 19555 or later. It is not intended nor is it currently possible to be installed standalone.
- Win32 applications are run in containers, and will not be able to manipulate system data, unlike Windows 10. This means that Win32 applications will not be able to install drivers or background system processes and services - think anticheat software in games, or Dropbox.
- Microsoft Edge & Microsoft Office run in a special "shim" to circumvent the new limitations introduced to Win32 apps
- Due to the way Windows 10X has been engineered with what the company calls "special state separation," Microsoft announced today that Windows 10X updates will take 'less than 90 seconds' on most systems
- Twitter user NTAuthority seems to have become the first person to successfully run Windows 10X on actual hardware, having successfully installed the emulator image on a Lenovo T480s
OOBE - Screenshot by @gus33000 on Twitter
Desktop + Start Menu - Screenshot by @StrictlyOsprey on Twitter
Action Center - Screenshot by @ZacBowden on Twitter
BSOD - Screenshot by @teroalhonen on Twitter
Last updated February 12, 2020 to include a successful install of Windows 10X on actual hardware