We write a lot about Windows phones and Windows Mobile today, despite the sorry state of the mobile OS. But perhaps the one ray of light that shines through the constant doom and gloom is Windows 10 on ARM. The basic concept is that Windows phones will be able to run a full version of Windows, which should drastically increase the features and value of the OS.
Many of us are counting on Windows 10 on ARM to "save" Microsoft's mobile efforts. But will it? Windows Central forum member aj173 posed this question and provided some thoughtful analysis in a recent thread.
The forum member raises some valid points, and it's hard to argue the rationale. However, Windows 10 on ARM is still a clear step in the right direction, and it's tough to predict its true value at this point.
What do you think? Can Windows 10 on ARM save mobile Windows? Or is it just another step on the OS's long and winding road to the tech graveyard? Does it make sense to be optimistic or realistic? Hit the forum link below and let the community know.
Al Sacco is content director of Future PLC's Mobile Technology Vertical, which includes AndroidCentral.com, iMore.com and WindowsCentral.com. He is a veteran reporter, writer, reviewer and editor who has professionally covered and evaluated IT and mobile technology, and countless associated gadgets and accessories, for more than a decade. You can keep up with Al on Twitter and Instagram.
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