Microsoft's Windows 10 PC In Your Pocket

Technology changes quickly according to market trends. One of the most popular IT giants, Microsoft, has now given its support to the Windows 10 PC. It will run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chip with high definition (HD) video support, Microsoft's Office Suite (which includes Word, Powerpoint, and Excel) and Adobe Photoshop.

Windows 10 now runs on the ARM chipset from Qualcomm's Snapdragron by building an emulator in its operating system.

It will be able to run x86 Win32 Applications like Chrome or Photoshop, but Microsoft won’t be emulating x64. You can follow this link to learn more about Windows 10 on ARM Chipsets. Microsoft's Laptop is the only device in the market with Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipset.

Follow this link to learn more about Qualcomm snapdragon processor.

At Microsoft Build Developer Conference Event, Microsoft how Continnum will work for phones, which turns a Windows Mobile device into a PC.

In this link, you can watch the how Continnum technology is used in the marketplace.

Continnum makes use of Qualcomm's ARM chip and Windows 10 universal apps to convert from a Windows mobile device to a personal computer, with responsive  web pages and good user experience.

Continnum is one of Microsoft's products which acts as a mediator/Interface between a Windows mobile device and a PC. You can connect a Windows mobile device to a personal computer (PC) via HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) with a Bluetooth keyboard and a mouse. You can work on the desktop (PC) with the bigger display. With this, you can interact with the Windows 10 operating system through its Bluetooth connected keyboard and a mouse. You can even check mails, write documentation, make a presentation, or play Windows 10 games.

Turning a Windows Mobile device into a PC through Continnum is not the first device to do so in the market, as the various tech giants like Asus, Motorola, and Canonical have been working on this development.

Asus has created various PadFones with which we can connect a mobile device(Android) to a PC. Follow this link to learn more about PadFones by Asus.

Motorola tried this with its Motorola Atrix, and Canonical (the global software vendor) tried with Ubuntu mobile devices which turn into a PC.

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