Develop apps for Windows 10X dual-screen devices
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Download and install the Microsoft Emulator and tools to start developing and testing your apps for Windows 10X. We focused on creating an emulator experience that behaves naturally and adapts to the different device postures. This is an early preview of the experience and you will see updates regularly that follow the same standard Insider builds process.
- Get the Windows 10X development tools preview.
- Use the Microsoft Emulator to test your apps.
- Use the TwoPaneView control available in the Windows 10 SDK Insider Preview and the Windows UI Library to build WinUI based apps.
Check the Windows Developer Blog for the latest announcements.
- Microsoft 365 Developer Day: Dual-screen experiences (February 11, 2020)
- Announcing dual-screen preview SDKs and Microsoft 365 Developer Day (January 22, 2020)
- Developing for the new category of dual-screen devices built for mobile productivity (November 25, 2019)
Learn about Surface Neo
To learn more about the Surface Neo, see Introducing Surface Neo.
In Introduction to dual-screen devices, we outline several ways you can use existing features and techniques to make your app better on dual-screen devices. Use this existing documentation to learn more about implementing these features in Windows apps.