The Apcsilmic Dot 1 is a new entry-level Windows on ARM mini PC that looks like a good alternative to the Snapdragon WOA Mini PC released last fall.
Recent Windows on ARM Stories
Lenovo unveiled today the new ThinkPad X13s, the company’s first Windows on ARM laptop powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 chip.
Well, it took long enough, but Microsoft is finally testing native OneDrive clients on Windows on ARM and M1-based Macs.
While the world waits for Qualcomm’s NUVIA acquisition to bear fruit, the chipset maker will foist another minor upgrade on PC users.
According to one report, Microsoft has an exclusivity deal with Qualcomm for Windows on ARM (WOA) that’s expiring soon.
The ECS LIVA Mini Box QC710 Desktop is aimed at developers interested in porting their apps to Windows on ARM.
Windows 11 on ARM adds 64-bit Intel app emulation, but fans have been wondering whether that will come to Windows 10 on ARM too. It will not.
The ECS LIVA Mini Box QC710 Desktop is a low-end, Snapdragon-powered Windows 10 on ARM mini-PC that can be upgraded to Windows 11.
In an interview this week, Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon said that his firm will finally have competitive laptop CPUs, but not until late 2022.
Lost amid all the excitement around Windows 11 are some much-needed improvements to Windows on ARM. Is the renaissance finally here?
Microsoft today announced ARM64EC, a new way for developers to build native apps for Windows 11 on ARM.
Microsoft today announced the public availability of the first 64-bit version of Office that runs natively on Windows on ARM.
Microsoft is refreshing the Surface Pro X with the second-generation of its custom built ARM processor and a new Platinum finish.
Microsoft working on adding support for 64-bit apps to Windows on ARM via emulation according to a new report, but it may not arrive till 2021.
Microsoft's new Edge browser can now run natively on Windows on ARM devices, including the new Surface Pro X.
Like many of you, I'm eager to discover how, or even whether, this new chipset advances the platform and makes it viable for day-to-day use.
Microsoft is releasing a new ARM64 SDK that'll let developers build native 64-bit apps for Windows 10 on ARM devices.
Microsoft is finally revealing the first set of Always Connected PCs powered by Windows on ARM and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processors.