Windows 10X, the modular and lightweight version of Microsoft’s Windows 10, is expected to arrive by the end of this year. The version, designed for dual-screen and foldable devices, will not support Win32 apps. Windows 10X will be able to run Win32 apps using virtualization, the tech giant has earlier promised. But now users need to use UWP and PWA apps. The move is seen as reprioritising Windows 10X for laptops and single-screen devices.