• Will you be able to run Windows on an Arm processor?


    Brian Livingston

    By Brian Livingston

    The computing scene is up in arms, so to speak, about the latest Arm technology.

    Arm — which began as an acronym but is now more like a religion — is the technology that powers the latest Apple Macs, but it’s made only slight inroads into Windows machines due to software incompatibilities.

    Whether or not you know anything about Arm, you’re probably already using it. Arm-based systems tend to have much lower power requirements than systems using more complex central processing units, such as Intel processors.

    Read the full story in our Plus Newsletter (19.24.0, 2022-06-13).