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HP and Asus Announce First Windows 10 ARM PCs, Due in Spring 2018

Peter Bright, writing for Ars Technica: This ability to upgrade is particularly important because the new Always Connected PCs are different from Microsoft’s previous Windows-on-ARM attempt, Windows RT. Windows RT was a version of Windows 8 for ARM processors, and it too could only run applications from what was then called the Windows Store. But Windows RT had two constraints not found on these new systems: here was no facility to unlock it, and run non-Store apps, and here was no facility to run existing x86 programs.
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