After Microsoft’s announcement to support 64-bit applications for Windows on devices which come at the rate of ARM processors, it seems that the company will continue its work to develop the work environment on those devices, we might see a turning point to expand the use of its system on machines decaying and tablet devices.
As Microsoft’s engineers and their counterparts at Google are working on the development version of the Chrome browser to run efficiently on devices powered by ARM processors and use Windows.
This move comes in the face of rising dependence on technology and architectural ARM in the industry, processors, devices smart phones and tablets and computers, such a step would be very help a company like Qualcomm that uses that architecture in the development of their products geared for the average and weak means or devices mutant 2-1 that we started to see heavily recently.
While most of the devices the decaying system Chrome recently, however, the idea of using the windows look all the more alluring it enjoys the advantages of wide spread, which is what makes Microsoft work harder to focus in this regard.
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