X410 utilizes the source codes from the X.Org open-source project. However, unlike other products from different companies, we’ve removed the dependencies on Cygwin libraries and streamlined the codes.
Using HiDPI screens? X410 doesn’t just enlarge pixels and show blurry output; it accesses the raw pixels on HiDPI screens. You’ll get small GUI controls and windows if you use the default X server settings. But, since modern Linux GUI apps natively support scaling in toolkit level, you can get crisply scaled apps with X410 just by enabling that feature.
X410 behaves like an app rather than a full blown graphical display server; it runs snappier and consumes less system resources. We’ll be focusing on improving and optimizing X410 to work more seamlessly with Windows 10.