January 22, 2018 2:15 pm

Windows Community Standup discussing the Always Connected PC

By / Senior Technical Product Manager, Windows Developer Team

During our January 2018 Windows Community Standup, we discussed the Always Connected PC and what that means for developers. Kevin Gallo (CVP), Erin Chapple (GM) and Hari Pulapaka (Principal Group Program Manager) discussed the ARM architecture and Qualcomm chip, how the OS is natively recompiled with full feature support, how we extended our WoW abstraction layer to support x86 applications, and much more. Watch the segment to learn how to debug and test your app on a Windows on ARM device and what you should be thinking about when developing for Windows 10 on ARM.

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  1. This all looks very interesting, and having support for another great architecture is definitely a good thing!
    But the question is — how can we start developing and testing (!) for Windows 10 on ARM64 right now?
    I mean, we really need some kind of emulator (QEMU works, but is extremely slow), or, better, Azure VM or Raspberry Pi 3 support.