Windows 8 expected to run on ARM

While you'll most likely have to wait until 2012 and assuming we all survive the impending calamity, Windows Phone 8 and ARM will be like to peas in a pod in the world of Tablets and smartphone devices. And while ARM Cortex 9 is currently provided in dual-core mode, 2012 is expected to bring us quad-core based 28nm processors and Windows 8 will be prepared to exploit all the possibilities.

Windows Phone 7 already supports ARM and Windows 8 will continue the tradition

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