Microsoft prepares 64-bit app support for Snapdragon PCs
Microsoft’s hardware partners are slowly releasing Windows 10 PCs with all-day battery life thanks to Snapdragon processors, and 64-bit apps will be supported.
Erin Chappie, General Manager for Windows, confirmed to Engadget that Microsoft will be announcing an SDK for ARM64 apps during this year’s Build developer conference. The conference, as per last year, will be held in Seattle on May 7th.
Currently, ARM-based Windows devices from Microsoft suffer from only supporting 32-bit apps. Both 32 and...