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Tuesday, 24 May 2011 10:05

Windows will run on ARM by Christmas

Written by Nick Farell


Mostly in tablets
Word on the street is that Windows based tablets which can use ARM processors will be in the shops by the end of 2011.

According to Digitimes the lack of system performance will mean that the  platform will be mainly used for targeting the tablet PC market. Quoting sources from notebook players, Digitimes said that there are several problems which need to be solved with the idea and most notebook makers are wary about it.

While Windows/ARM platform will only testing in the tablet PC market, notebook makers do not think that it is likely to do any damage to Chipzilla. They also do not think that Windows entry into the market will damage Android in the first year out, but afterwards it might have an impact.

Nick Farell

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