Friday, 11 December 2020

Microsoft brings x64 app support to Windows on ARM

Microsoft has finally released the first preview of x64 emulation for apps, running on Windows devices with ARM architecture processors. This will open the door for a lot of x64-only productivity apps like Autodesk Sketchbook or games like Rocket League. Others, like the Chrome browser, can run their more efficient 64-bit version. The project is still in development and not released to commercial product, Microsoft notes. Meanwhile Redmond nudged developers to natively support their apps or recompile them for ARM64, which will be fully supported in the Windows SDK and Visual Studio...

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