Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 is coming to ARM architecture through a partnership with Qualcomm. With products expected in the second half of 2017, Microsoft has indicated that users will be able to run standard x86 Windows apps, attach common peripherals, and even connect to enterprise domains using a truly mobile, power-efficient, always-connected cellular PC…
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