Microsoft is presently finalizing its new Windows 10X operating system, with its first release expected this year. Meanwhile, it was screenshots that started popping up on the internet, and now videos showing the OS interface.

Now, enthusiast developer XDeltaXForce has posted a video showing Windows 10X fully running on an existing device, the 2019 Microsoft Surface Pro 7 tablet.

Earlier demos used a traditional keyboard and mouse, but now you can see the OS control using the touch screen.

The video quickly guides viewers through the Start menu, settings and proprietary applications that differ from their counterparts in traditional Windows 10. It also shows multitasking and fast switching between applications.

The first single-screen Win 10X devices should launch before the end of 2021. Models with two screens should appear next year.

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