Windows 10X desktop

Windows 10 has loads of productivity options and it looks like Microsoft is also focusing on productivity with Windows 10X. Based on Windows Core OS, Windows 10X is a new operating system designed for foldable PCs, dual-screen laptops, and soon the traditional laptops.

Windows 10X will boast some features and capabilities that current Windows versions won’t, but it appears that Microsoft is planning to improve the existing features at the same time.

According to a new Microsoft’s job post, the Redmond firm is looking for talented engineers to work with the Natural User Interfaces (NUI) team. The NUI team at Microosft is working on new and improved ways to make it easier for users to be productive when interacting with Windows 10X powered devices such as the Surface Neo.

“[We’re] looking to hire talented engineers to build new and improved ways to make it easy for users to be productive when interacting with Devices, using a wide range of natural input modalities: Pen, Typing, Voice and multi-modal use cases,” Microsoft said in the job post.

The engineer would be responsible for new innovations and optimizing Windows 10X’s new user experience for Surface Neo.

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