Windows RT, Microsoft’s ill-fated attempt to rival the iPad with a version of Windows that ran on ARM chips, made a lot of changes to the familiar OS to move it to a new processor and make the apps that run on it more efficient and secure.
Now Microsoft is coming out with two new versions of Windows and dividing those changes between them: Windows 10 S and Windows 10 on ARM. This isn’t about the limitations of using ARM processors – it’s about crafting versions of Windows that solve very specific problems.
So let’s look in depth at these fresh operating systems, also comparing them to that other spin on Microsoft’s OS, Windows 10 IoT, …
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