Windows 10 might shift to once-a-year updates to help Windows 10X

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Windows 10X may launch without local Win32 app support

Microsoft is repositioning Windows 10X as a Chrome OS competitor, but what does that mean? According to my sources, it means Microsoft will be pushing Windows 10X as a web-first OS, designed to compete with Chromebooks head to head in the low-end PC market, without support for legacy Win32 apps locally on the device. Here’s what that all means.

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