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Windows 10 for ARM will support 64-bit x64 apps through emulation

Windows 10 for ARM will support 64-bit x64 apps through emulation

Several manufacturers, including Apple, are turning to ARM-based architecture in the hopes of creating devices (mainly laptops) that have far superior battery life than we’ve been used to. Having support for as many apps as possible is important in the transition to ARM, so it’s an encouraging sign that Microsoft is starting to roll out its x64 emulator.

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