One of the latest versions of Windows 10X, different from the original for dual-screen devices, was officially released by Microsoft, and leaked to the Internet.
This version was uploaded by Albacore (@thebookisclosed) and has build no in 20279. It is not a candidate for RTM, but it could be considered an almost final appearance of the upcoming operating system.
It is important to note that this version of Windows 10X that was released is not technically the final version of Microsoft. And as far as we know, Windows 10X still only works for new lightweight devices, which means you still can't download an ISO. The leak is VHD or a virtual hard disk containing the operating system.
Would you like to toy around with a newer build of Windows 10X yourself? I built an emulator-esque image (read: use in Hyper-V only)
Simply create a Generation 2 VM and use this as its disk:https://t.co/7mQOA8ldUM
Enjoy 😄 https://t.co/w28SiVdkmu
- Albacore (@thebookisclosed) January 14, 2021
However, Microsoft is officially hosting the files on its platform, and the community has used it as an opportunity to combine a combination of files that makes it possible to test the upcoming operating system on a virtual machine on any Windows 10 Pro device. This means that the functions we see in this leak could change.
If you want to try the upcoming operating system, you can download the emulator from Mega. Unzip it with 7Zip. You can install it on a virtual machine from Hyper-V Manager in Windows 10 (You will need Windows 10 Pro).
The leak is configured as a virtual disk (not as an ISO) and only works with Hyper-V.