At the WinHEC Shenzen 2016 Keynote, Microsoft showed off a system running Windows 10 smoothly on an ARM processor. This could be great news for developers of mixed reality software.

Now, if you do not quite understand why this is good for Windows Holographic and mixed reality, it is because ARM processors are primarily used in mobile devices. Qualcomm Snapdragon processors are often used in tablets and smartphones. They are highly efficient CPUs, using far less battery power, and producing less heat than their x64 and x86 counterparts.

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