Microsoft confirms Clover Trail users stranded on Anniversary Update
A few days ago it was a rumour, but today Microsoft has made it official. In a statement to the Verge, they confirmed that Windows 10 users on tablets running Intel’s Clover Trail processors will not be able to upgrade to th...
Microsoft may strand some Windows 10 users on unsupported Anniversary Update
by Sean Chan
Some Windows 10 users aren’t able to upgrade to the latest version of the OS due to compatibility issues. A couple of CPUs, part of Intel’s Atom Clover Tail line, aren’t compatible with the Windows 10 Creators Up...
Microsoft confident about Windows on ARM initiative but fails to reassure
Microsoft’s effort to move their Windows installed base onto Qualcomm’s ARM-driven hardware relies heavily on emulating Intel’s x86 processors. Intel, who of course has a very real interest in preventing this mov...
Microsoft may not be the first with a Snapdragon 835 Windows 10 laptop
The first Windows 10 on ARM PCs are expected to hit the market this holiday season, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor. It is widely expected that Microsoft will be leading the market with their own Surface-brand...
ARM announces DynamIQ technology that will improve AI performance in its processors
ARM today announced DynamIQ technology that will change the multi-core ARM experience across a greater range of devices from edge to cloud across a secure, common platform. DynamIQ big.LITTLE carries on the ‘right processor for ...
MSPoweruser Podcast 26: The Insider Program takes a break & Cortana heads to a speaker
While everyone might be heading home for the holidays, there’s still some nice news scattered throughout the week. Both Vernon E. L. Smith and Andrew Bennett are ready to dive in, even if it’s cold outside! You can lis...
MSPoweruser Podcast 25: Windows 10 heads to ARM
WinHEC was an even bigger event for Microsoft than usual, and included the unveiling of Windows 10 running on ARM! This means a lot for Microsoft’s future mobile plans, and both Vernon E. L. Smith and Andrew Bennett are read...