Windows 10 on ARM is easily one of the most exciting – and divisive – things to happen with Microsoft’s continually evolving OS. Running full Windows 10 on a PC powered by the same processor as your smartphone has many advantages, but many people are ready to dismiss it without ever trying it out, but it’s not all bad news – far from it.
I’ve been using the HP Envy x2 with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 for a few weeks now (and the full time while at Microsoft Build). While an Always Connected PC is not for everyone, you can consider me a convert. I’m now using the Envy x2 exclusively when I’m not behind my desktop workhorse.
So, what do I like and don’t like about the Windows 10 on ARM experience? I made a quick video to share some thoughts on the topic.
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