Sunday, June 26, 2022
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Windows 11 on Surface Duo project takes massive leap, now supports postures, hinges, and more

What you need to know

  • An independent developer is working on getting Windows 11 to run on Surface Duo.
  • The project recently added support for several more sensors, greatly enhancing the usability of the Duo running Windows 11.
  • The setup now supports hinges, proximity, postures, flipping, and several other forms of input.

The Windows 11 on Surface Duo project continues to progress. Independent developer Gustave Monce shared an update about his efforts this week. The Surface Duo now supports up to 26 different sensors when running Windows 11. Most notably, the device now supports postures, flipping, accelerometers, and proximity.

“So this week was *sensor packed* Up to 26 different sensors now working on Surface Duo running windows *including* most of the cool foldable ones,” said Monce.


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