Samsung has announced two Snapdragon-powered Galaxy Book Go laptops running Windows 10 on ARM and the starting price is quite affordable.
Recent Windows 10 on ARM Stories
Many were excited by Microsoft and Qualcomm’s announcement about a Snapdragon Developer Kit, but it was light on specifics.
One day before Build 2021, Qualcomm has announced a low-cost Snapdragon Developer Kit for those seeking to write native Windows 10 on ARM apps.
Adobe hasn’t issued an announcement of this important change, but the native Windows 10 on ARM version of Photoshop is no longer in beta.
With Microsoft killing Windows 10X, many are scrambling to figure out the way forward. But the answer is right there in front of us.
Yesterday, I posted my first impressions of the Elite Folio ahead of my briefing with HP because I knew there would be a lot of interest.
Announced at CES 2021, the HP Elite Folio is a spiritual successor to the HP Spectre Folio that I reviewed in late 2018, but running Windows 10 on ARM.
With a virtual CES 2021 now underway, HP has announced several new portable PC models across its consumer and business lines to ring in the New Year.
I always keep at least one modern Mac on hand for testing purposes. But it’s clear that the M1-based Mac Mini should not be that Mac.
With its temporary mix of advanced features and limitations, the Parallels Desktop technical preview for M1-based Macs provides a tantalizing glimpse at the future.
A new report claims that Microsoft is now designing ARM chipsets in-house that will land in Surface PCs and its cloud-based servers.
This week, Microsoft took a major step toward fixing one of WOA’s biggest problems when it introduced the first pre-release version of x64 app emulation. How does it measure up?
A newly-released Windows Insider Preview build is giving the public its first chance to experience x64 app emulation in Windows 10 on ARM.
Adobe announced today that it has released Lightroom as a native app on M1-based Macs and Windows 10 on ARM (WOA).
Three years ago, I opined that if Windows 10 on ARM worked properly, it would be boring. Well, it still doesn’t work properly.
We already knew that Microsoft was bringing support for 64-bit x86 (x64) apps to Windows 10 on ARM. But now we have a schedule.
Qualcomm claims that the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G Compute Platform provides a 50 percent performance boost over last year’s lackluster original version.
I’m a long-time fan of Jean-Louis Gassée, the former Apple exec and founder of Be, Inc. But his most recent missive needs to be addressed.
I’m currently reviewing two laptops, the AMD-based HP Envy x360 13 and the Snapdragon-based Lenovo Flex 5G. They could not be more different.
It’s been two years since I last evaluated Windows 10 on ARM application and driver compatibility. What’s improved since then?
Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx 5G compute platform, the Lenovo Flex 5G is the world’s first 5G PC, and it promises up to 24 hours of battery life.
The Lenovo Flex 5G is billed as the world’s first 5G laptop, and it is shipping with Windows 10 on ARM on Verizon this week.
With Windows 10 version 20H2, Windows 10 on ARM will finally support Hyper-V. But the system was never available virtually.
Windows 10 on ARM still has far too many limitations to recommend, but one of the most serious may soon be eliminated.
Mehedi has updated his Twitter client, Tweeten, to version 5, adding native support for Windows 10 on ARM and several new features.
Microsoft has finally released a pre-release version of its new Edge browser that works natively in Windows 10 on ARM.
Anyone who cares at all about Windows or Microsoft should be rooting for Windows 10 on ARM to succeed.