Qualcomm just announced the Snapdragon 8cx, its most powerful ARM processor ever, and it's only for Windows 10.
Chrome is getting a boost from Microsoft engineers, who have been spotted making code commits for a native ARM version of the browser.
Developers can now submit native ARM64 apps to the Microsoft Store, unlocking the full performance potential of the Snapdragon processors powering Windows 10 on ARM PCs.
According to Qualcomm, a native ARM version of Chrome is in the works, which could mean a nice performance boost for the browser on Snapdragon-powered laptops.
ARMs plans through 2020 include launching "Deimos" and "Hercules" chips, both of which are aimed at making a splash in the laptop market.
Not to go off on a rant here, but I'm going to totally rant about why you're not a real fan of PCs if you're so against Windows 10 on ARM.
Move over HP as the Lenovo Miix 630 running a Snapdragon 835 and Windows 10 (Pro) is here. How does it compare and what's different? Watch my latest video review to get the answers.
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