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Old 13th October 2020, 08:34   #6
ljhholer
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Originally Posted by T.Slappy View Post
From my point of view the Windows on ARM is that Windows emulates win32 applications (later also win64) which now works on ARM processors so there is no need to rewrite the applications.

Is that correct? The idea of Microsoft is to have a lot of wi apps runnning on Arm platform because there is only a few native Arm apps available to this day.
The easy way is this. Microsoft offers x86 real-time conversion to ARM emulators, but this does not apply to all software, such as hardware drivers. This conversion can result in a significant performance loss, and the best way to do this is to recompile a native ARM version.
Currently, many appx in the Microsoft Store offer ARM programs, and some Win32 desktop programs also offer ARM versions, such as 7z, Visual Studio Code, Rufus.

https://sourceforge.net/p/sevenzip/d...ad/7d5b1e5b51/
https://code.visualstudio.com/?#alt-downloads
http://rufus.ie/downloads/
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