Microsoft has officially confirmed that it’s delaying its dual-screen Windows experiences, including the Surface Neo, until “the right moment” arrives. That announcement was part of a blog post in which Panos Panay, the new chief product officer of Windows and Devices, laid out his vision of what he sees for Microsoft’s Windows 10 and related hardware programs.
In some sense, the blog post (go. pcworld.com/acin) announcing the changes reads like a recap of what we already know: The Windows 10 May 2020 Update will begin shipping to the general public in May; Microsoft is turning its Build conference into a free, online-only event; and Microsoft is postponing its own dual-screen devices.
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