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Microsofts Always-Connected PCs gets more powerful with 64-bit app support

Nov 20, 2018 - ICT Monitor Worldwide

More powerful apps, games, and programs will be headed to Microsofts Windows or ARM project in the near future. Microsoft announced that it is now giving the tools needed for developers to easily create 64-bit ARM, otherwise known as ARM64, apps. The company also announced that it is now starting to accept ARM64 apps for developers.

This is a major milestone for the platform, as Microsofts previous efforts on bringing Windows to Qualcomms ARM-based Snapdragon processor was limited to 32-bi...