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Back in October 2019, Microsoft officially announced Windows 10X, a new version of Windows 10 that is optimized for dual-screen devices. Microsoft said that Windows 10X will offer more flexibility and mobility catered to the dual-screen experience which might not be possible with Windows 10. Due to the COVID-19 situation that prevails around the world, Microsoft changed its priorities. In May, Microsoft announced that it is shifting its focus towards single-screen Windows 10X devices, instead of dual-screen devices as previously announced. Over the past few months, Microsoft has been working to bring Windows 10X features to regular Windows 10 devices.
Today, Twitter user Albacore revealed that Microsoft is bringing Windows 10X OOBE to Windows 10 desktop users. Even though this new setup experience is not enabled for Windows 10 desktop users, it is already available in the recently released Windows 10 Build 20231. You can expect Microsoft to enable this OOBE setup experience to Windows Insiders in the near future.