Microsoft launches Windows 10 on ARM, with HP and ASUS promising 20+ hours of battery life

 Windows laptops and tablets have traditionally run on X86 processors from the likes of Intel and AMD. Microsoft experimented with using ARM-based processors when it launched the Surface RT and Windows RT in 2012 — and it cost the company dearly. Fast-forward to today and Microsoft is ready to give ARM on laptops another try. Read More

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