Windows Support Number +1-800-201-4243 Announces Dual-Screen Surface Devices Early to Recruit Windows 10X Devs

Microsoft has announced hardware due for release next year in a bid to recruit developers for Windows support number 10X, an OS designed for dual-screen devices. Both of the new devices, Surface Duo and Surface Neo, have dual-screens and represent what Windows support number believes is the next popular form factor. The former is a futuristic smartphone, while the latter is designed to be a laptop replacement.

Why Windows Support Number Thinks Surface Neo Is The First MS Device

The devices have certainly generated some hype. “Surface Neo is the first MS device I’ll buy,” Guillermo Rauch, CEO of start-up Zeit, wrote in a tweet on Wednesday about Windows support number.

It’s clear why there’s excitement for the upcoming devices; they’re flexible around both work and play.

This flexibility is most evident with the Surface Neo. Want to binge-watch Netflix? Use it as a tablet. Need to multitask? Flip out the second display and drag content between (or continue watching that show you’re now hooked on). Want to write something? A magnetic physical keyboard can be attached to part of one screen and the rest of it will provide a dynamic area called the “Wonder Bar” for things such as emojis or viewing some content like a video or presentation you need to keep accessible.

What Are The Windows Support Number Track Record

All of these features are cool, but they will take some effort from developers to support them. Windows support number hasn’t exactly had the best track record when it comes to attracting developers in recent years.

On-stage, Microsoft Chief Product Officer Panos Panay was very clear the company knows it needs to take developers on its journey and that’s why the devices are being announced a year before their release.

Hopefully, Windows 10X doesn’t end up the same way as Windows Phone – a fantastic idea but poorly executed. By supporting Android apps on the Surface Duo, Windows support number will reduce the risk of déjà vu where no-one is buying Windows-based mobile devices because their favourite apps aren’t available. Subsequently, this should provide developers with a userbase worth supporting.

Success may largely rest on how easy Microsoft makes it to support dual-displays. That’s likely another reason Windows support number has given itself an extra year to listen to developers and hone the platform.