Windows 10X supports Modern File Explorer Design

Microsoft Windows 10X is going to be an operating system for dual-screen products like Surface Neo, Microsoft Duo, but it will be arriving on single-screen laptops according to Microsoft.

The Final version of Windows 10X includes a new modern File Explorer which has similar to OneDrive as part of Microsoft’s web-first approach. You may aware, File Explorer in Windows 10 is currently a part of the Windows Shell and it lets you browse the folders and files.

The Modern version File Explorer is an independent app with access to your files in local storage and OneDrive only. The idea is to provide close OneDrive integration and it makes sense because Windows 10X is a web like Google Chrome OS.

The interesting part in Modern File Explorer doesn’t not come with advanced feature like “This PC” but you can still browse local files alongside those in OneDrive.

Our reliable sources, Microsoft has already finalized the RTM candidate for Windows 10X , which is based on Windows 10. The final version of Windows 10 lacks support for Win 32 apps, but a new service called “Cloud PC” can be used to stream apps.

The Windows 10X native desktops apps support for Windows 10X wouldn’t be arrive until early 2022.