It seems that Adobe is now trying to bring other tools to Windows 10 because according to reports, Flash Player will soon die and be replaced by HTML5.
Adobe Experience Design (also known as Adobe XD) has now been released for Windows 10. The company first released the application for macOS but has been teasing a Windows application for a while now. Adobe confirmed that this is a Universal Windows Platform application but for some reason, the application is not yet available on the Windows Store. Instead, you will have to manually download and install it from Adobe’s Creative Cloud.
Adobe XD doesn’t come with all its features on Windows 10
Unfortunately, according to reports, the Adobe XD app in Windows 10 doesn’t come with all the features available on the macOS version. However, Adobe claims it is currently focusing on improving the reliability and performance of the application. Adobe XD on Windows 10 comes with basic features along with Prototype, the main feature of the application.
Layers is another major feature that’s not available on the Adobe XD for Windows 10, but let’s not forget this feature was added to mac OS month, which means that there is a high chance that Windows 10 will receive it sometime in Q1 of 2017.
Adobe claimed that it will try to release regular updates for the XD application on Windows 10. It seems that the company will release updates every month in order to make sure that all the features available on macOS will be found on Windows 10, as well.