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Microsoft Shows Off UI Designs for Dual-Screen Windows 10X

ExtremeTech Friday, 24 January 2020
Microsoft Shows Off UI Designs for Dual-Screen Windows 10XMicrosoft has published detailed guidelines for how to design effective apps for foldable PCs and tablets. Google dropped the ball when it came to Android tablet support; hopefully, Microsoft will do better.

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