With Windows On ARM and Cloud, Microsoft Is Shaking Up Its Operating System (premium)


Windows has enjoyed a level of success unseen by most companies on the planet. With over 90% of desktops running the operating system from the Redmond-based company, it’s not often that they find a rival who is able to build, distribute, and support an operating system in the way that they have established.

Apple has carved out a good niche for its desktops, and some will likely argue that it has seen the same success Microsoft saw with Windows with its iPhone. Google has also done well with its mobile operating system, Android, and they have also set their eyes on the low-end PC market with their Chromebooks but has found only modest success in that segment.

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