Spotlight: More evidence Microsoft is still working on Windows for ARM
On Thursday, Paul Thurrott spotted a reference in Microsoft documentation that the company is still working on running Windows on ARM. That documentation has now been changed, removing the reference. But there's also now further proof that Microsoft is indeed looking to develop a new Windows build for ARM chips. Petri noticed that the company posted on its careers website that it's looking for a senior program manager to help ready "the introduction of 64 bit computing with the ARM instruction set." The description said the company plans to release the build along the Windows 10 Redstone update. Petri speculated that the company could reveal additional details at its Build 2016 conference at the end of March. Read more.