The new Windows 10X operating system is designed by Microsoft for dual screen devices and more traditional notebooks. Previously, its prototype was already shown on the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold screen as part of CES 2020. This is an early version that may change by the time it’s released, but you can already evaluate its main aspects.
First, the new system will focus on gesture control. Directly in Las Vegas, they showed the piles that allowed the new panels to “extend” at the bottom of the screen. This has already been implemented in Windows 8, where it was possible to open the Control Center in this way. In the new “top ten”, the Action Center opens like this, and you can close programs by “waving” them, as is done on many smartphones.