Windows on ARM has been lackluster so far. Ever since that announcement in 2016, there hasn’t been that much action. That’s not to say that there haven’t been any improvements, as Microsoft has slowly added x64 support and many other tools for developers to make apps for the platform.
Despite that, Windows on ARM devices haven’t been very popular, which has also kept the entire project from blossoming.
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