Microsoft is busy readying Windows 10 on ARM devices to be able to run 64-bit x86 applications (otherwise known as x64 apps – in other words, 64-bit software for traditional Windows 10 PCs) via emulation.

Right now, with Windows 10 on ARM laptops, it’s possible to run 32-bit x86 desktop software using emulation, but not dedicated 64-bit software like, say, Adobe’s Premiere Pro video editing app for example.

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