| | 01-11-2013, 07:54 AM #4
It would be nice if MS saw the potential for high-end users and just allowed a switch to be flipped to install desktop ARM applications. There'd be a control panel option and the user could be warned that allowing the installation of desktop ARM applications could impact battery life, but the user would have to turn this on manually.
Originally Posted by woodbane
Then, devs could just publish their apps in the Windows Store and everyone would be all the merrier. Oh well...