Windows 10 November 2019 Update, for example, will make significant improvements to the File Explorer’s built-in search functionality.
In addition to a new File Explorer, Microsoft is also considering major improvements for Quick settings, currently found in the Action Center on Windows 10. With new Quick settings experience, Microsoft aims to provide an intuitive way for users to access the basic device settings such as WiFi, Bluetooth, Brightness, Flight Mode and other similar toggles.
Windows 10X tidbits
Microsoft announced Windows 10X for Surface Neo during the hardware event in New York City on October 2, but the new platform hasn’t been detailed by the company yet.
Microsoft is also said to be working on a new Start menu experience called ‘Launcher’, revamped lock screen with improved Windows Hello, new Taskbar, and updated Quick Settings.
Windows 10X is expected to finalize by the end of next year, but we might start seeing 10X related tidbits in preview builds early next year.