While the emulator is still a little rough, it does give an idea of what Windows 10X might end up looking like in the future. Windows 10X is available only in preview form for now, and it already runs surprisingly well on a MacBook. One of which was the Microsoft Windows 10X operating system that is basically a format of the popular operating system that supports dual screen better.
Specifically created to power foldables devices or models coming with two screens, Windows 10X refreshes not only the look, but also the feel of the Action Center in a way that makes the current implementation in Windows 10 seem outdated.
Windows 10X wasn't designed for Macs. However, you need to be well versed in PowerShell commands and other advanced aspects like hard drive partitioning. But of course, given that Windows 10X itself is in the works, it's probably just a matter of time until a dark style is also implemented for notifications. That being said, Mac is powered by an Intel processor which already supports Windows via BootCamp.
Yet another developer has put up a short video that shows Windows 10X running rather well on a MacBook.
It's not clear how this person managed to get Windows 10X running on his MacBook, but it's likely to be a very technical and complicated process. Now, the device seems to be working correctly. Now, we only have to wait for this new device to launch to test it.
Microsoft still has a lot of work to do before Windows 10X is ready for general use.