A collaboration between Microsoft and Qualcomm will allow Qualcomm’s ARM-based chips to run Windows 10 and native Windows apps. At the recent WinHec 2016, Microsoft also demonstrated a re-compiled version of Windows 10 for ARM, together with several native X86 Windows apps running in emulation mode on the platform, which worked seamlessly. “To deliver on customers’ growing need to create on the go, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 is coming to ARM architecture through a partnership with Qualcomm, Microsoft said. “For the first time, customers will be able to experience the Windows they know with the apps, peripherals and enterprise capabilities they require, on a truly mobile, power-efficient, always-connected cellular PC.” Qualcomm and Microsoft both believe that the timing couldn’t be more perfect, as they’ve teamed up to allow Windows 10 on mobile devices powered by next-gen Snapdragon processors. Windows 10 On Qualcomm: Windows And Arm Details To recall, Microsoft tried to get developers create new applications compatible with both the x86 architectures and ARM using its Universal Windows Platform. However, Windows RT and Windows Phone Mobile, the two operating systems that were supposed to make ARM appealing, failed to make a mark amongst consumers. This time, however, Microsoft is positive… Read full this story
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