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    At WinHEC 2016, Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 for ARM devices, opening up an entire universe of new possibilities.
    Devices running on ARM are typically smaller and more power efficient than their bulky Intel cousins, at the cost of raw processing power. As ARM chips have become more powerful, Microsoft has finally bridged the gap between Win32 and ARM architecture. The company explained how new devices running on Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon processors can run programs like the full Office suite, full Adobe Photoshop, and "popular Windows games."

    Few would argue against the notion that Microsoft has a good foothold in the mobile productivity arena but save for the purchase of Minecraft Pocket Edition, Microsoft has a minuscule presence in mobile gaming. What if you could fit an entire Windows 10 PC in your pocket?

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    12-07-2016 10:11 PM

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