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Microsoft has announced that x64 emulation is not coming to Windows 10 on ARM anymore, and that customers will need a Windows 11 on ARM machine. The reasoning behind this move hasn't been detailed.
Adobe has announced that its Photoshop software now runs natively on Windows 10 on ARM. Support was previously available as a beta back in November 2020, but is now generally available.
Adobe has released a beta version of Photoshop which runs natively on Windows 10 ARM-based PCs like the Surface Pro X. Apple Silicon Macs are also supported by the latest beta release.
Microsoft announced via a LinkedIn post that the native ARM64 version of the Teams app for Windows on ARM is now officially available for download, bringing performance improvements.
We exclusively reported last year that Microsoft is working on support for 64-bit Intel (x86) apps for Windows 10 on ARM. Now, a code commit on GitHub by Microsoft further confirms those efforts.
A developer has managed to boot Windows 10 on ARM on the Snapdragon 835-powered Samsung Galaxy S8. He has also provided all the files for Galaxy S8 owners interested in trying out the hack.
The release of a version of Firefox built for the ARM64 architecture is one of the most important milestones in Microsoft's effort to make Windows on ARM compelling, and you can try it out now.
A new report suggests that the Redmond company originally wanted to release the affordable tablet with Windows 10 on ARM, but Intel stepped in to get its own processors on the device.
Qualcomm's upcoming chipset aimed at Windows 10 on ARM has been spotted in early benchmarks, showcasing significant improvements in single-core performance over the Snapdragon 835 in current devices.
Today at Computex, Qualcomm announced its next-generation Mobile Compute Platform for Windows 10 Always Connected PCs, the Snapdragon 850, which is based on the Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform.
It's been a little under a month since Microsoft introduced tools to make it easier to compile apps for Windows 10 on ARM, and now VLC is one of the first apps to include support for the new platform.
Arm has unveiled a new suite of processors for mobile devices with a tremendous leap in performance over the last generation, putting it on par with the performance of x86 processors.
In what may feel like a dream come true for Windows Phone enthusiasts, some developers were able to jerry-rig a tech demo of a Lumia 830 running Windows 10 for ARM - with limited functionality.
We knew that HP, Lenovo, and Asus were already onboard with the Microsoft-Qualcomm pairing for always-on Windows 10 PCs with a Snapdragon 835 processor. But a new report suggests that group may grow.
ASUS, HP and Lenovo will be the first manufacturers to launch Always Connected devices built on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 'Mobile PC Platform', running the full version of Windows 10.
A report today revealed that Microsoft is actively testing new mobile hardware and software. We've added to that with details from our own sources, including where the 'feature2' dev branch fits in.
A company founded by a former Microsoft employee has started a crowdfunding campaign, aiming to launch an 8-inch Windows 10 UMPC with a Snapdragon 835 processor, alongside a cheaper Android variant.
Microsoft's mobile commitments: "We expect to keep [flighting Mobile builds] beyond release of the Creators Update." "The future of Windows 10 Mobile is that we're continuing to invest in Mobile."
Microsoft's new shell for Windows 10 is described as a "lightweight version of Windows designed for the modern computing world" - but the report raises more questions than it answers for now.
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You can now watch the video from Microsoft's keynote this week, at which it revealed plans to bring the full Windows 10 OS to ARM devices with x86 app support, along with other major announcements.