It looks like these rumours have been confirmed to be true as Microsoft is refocussing Windows 10X to work on single-screen devices like laptops.
Windows 10X was initially designed to be a more modern, simplified version of Windows 10 that would work seamlessly on dual touch screen devices.
At the moment, there is no clear explanation of how Microsoft plans to implement Windows 10X for single-screen devices, so we simply have to wait and see.
Another bit of information that we do not know is when exactly is Microsoft planning to release Windows 10X to consumers.
Microsoft is expected to discuss Windows 10X in more detail at its upcoming online Build developers conference later this month.

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