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Intel and Microsoft Nip and Growl Over Windows’ Race to ARMs

May 20, 2011 No Comments

An Intel executive has stated that when Windows 8 arrives, the versions of the Microsoft OS running on ARM-based chips won’t be able to run legacy applications. Microsoft called that statement inaccurate, though it did not clarify further. Is Intel feeling the heat now that Microsoft — and possibly Apple’s MacBook line — are leaning toward its arch rival in the mobile world?

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