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How to Install Windows 10X Emulator on Windows 10 PC [Definitive Guide]

Like every other OS, Windows 10X is also one of the most anticipated upcoming OS. Microsoft has revamped its previous generation Windows OS, re-envisioned from ground up for foldable devices. In February, Microsoft released its first preview of the Windows 10X emulator. The emulator is available to download for developers, but anyone can download it and taste the features of the upcoming Windows 10X. If you’re an enthusiastic person like me and want to get access to the newest Windows OS. Then, here’s the step by step guide by which you can Install Windows 10X Emulator on Windows 10 PC.

Before diving into the process, let’s take a sneak peek at the features of Windows 10X OS. Windows 10X made to provide a lightweight experience. It pops up with clean, minimal, and intuitive UI changes to the Microsoft Surface Neo and other portable devices. The newer OS brings new navigation gestures, a bunch of UI changes to the apps and system, the new Action Center, File Explorer, and more. And luckily, you can get access to all the features of the upcoming Windows 10X on your Windows 10 PC.

As for now, the newer OS is under testing, which means It is not as stable as stable build, but it is suitable for regular use and preview. Although the Windows 10X Emulator is available for anyone, still there are some system requirements that you can check before heading over to the process. Here are the requirements.

Windows 10X Emulator System Requirements

Software Requirements

  • Make sure that your system is running on Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, or Education (x64) build 10.0.19555 or later from the Windows Insider Program.
  • Enable Microsoft Hyper-V with GPU-PV.

Hardware Requirements

These are the minimum system requirements that you need if you want to taste Windows 10X features.

  • Processor: Intel chipset with at least four cores and virtualization support (It will not work on AMD processor).
  • RAM: 8GB or more
  • Drive: 15GB or more storage required (SSD recommended)
  • Graphics: Discrete video card with support for DirectX 11 and WDDM 2.4 graphics.

If your system meets all the system requirements of the Windows 10X emulator, then you can dive into the installation process. Before installing the Windows 10X emulator, you need to update your Windows 10 to the latest release and Enable Microsoft Hyper-V component.

Install Windows 10 Preview

Note: Before upgrading your Windows to the latest Windows 10 preview build, make sure to take a complete backup.

  1. Open the start menu and click on Settings.
  2. Under Settings, click on Update & Security.
  3. Now, head over to the Windows Insider Program available in the sidebar.
  4. Now, click on the Get started button and link your Microsoft account.How to Install Windows 10X Emulator on Windows 10
  5. Once done, click on the continue button.
  6. Choose Fast options, under “Pick your Insider settings” and then click on the confirm button again and again.How to Install Windows 10X Emulator on Windows 10
  7. Once done, click on the Restart button.
  8. After the restart, Open the Settings again and check for the updates.
  9. Upgrade your Windows to the latest build and restart your system.

After upgrading your Windows 10 to the latest build, you can install the Windows 10X Emulator Image from the Windows Store. But before doing this, make sure to enable the Hyper-V component.

Enable Hyper-V Component

Make sure to enable Hyper-V, It allows your system to create virtual machines (basically, It enables you to sideload Windows 10X OS on the same hardware for parallel use).

Check the Hyper-V support

  • Open the start menu and search for Command Prompt.
  • Open Command Prompt and Enter this command
    systeminfo.exe
  • It will show you whether your system has Hyper-V access or not. Make sure that the results are listed as Yes, under the Hyper-V Requirements section.How to Install Windows 10X Emulator on Windows 10

If it shows yes, then your system has Hyper-V access. Here’s how you can enable it on your system.

  • Open the start menu and then Settings.
  • Click on the Apps and click on Programs and Features option available in the sidebar.
  • Now click on the Turn Windows features on or off option.
  • Here you need to check the Hyper-V option box.How to Install Windows 10X Emulator on Windows 10
  • Once done, save the settings and restart your system.

Now you can download and install Windows 10X Emulator image on your Windows 10 PC. Here are the steps.

How to Install Windows 10X Emulator

Note: Before downloading the Windows 10X Emulator image file, you need to install Microsoft Emulator on your system.

  1. Open Windows Store and search for Microsoft Emulator.How to Install Windows 10X Emulator on Windows 10
  2. Click on Microsoft Emulator.How to Install Windows 10X Emulator on Windows 10
  3. Now click on Get (or Install) button.
  4. That’s it.

After installing the Microsoft Emulator application. You need to download the image file. Here are the steps.

  1. Open Windows Store and search for Windows 10X Emulator Image.
  2. Select the image file from the search results.How to Install Windows 10X Emulator on Windows 10
  3. Click on it and then tap on the Install button.
  4. That’s it.

All done? Now, head over to the start menu and search for Microsoft Emulator. Here you need to click on the start button. It will boot up the Windows 10X Emulator. Now you can start using Windows 10X on your Windows 10 PC.

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Haneet Singh
He enjoys troubleshooting with iOS & Android devices. He loves to keep in touch with the latest technology! He loves to do experiments on new Operating Systems.

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