Windows 10 on ARM apps, drivers, experience limitations

Windows 10 running on ARM chips from Qualcomm has been in the works for a long time, and while we’ve thought that this mobile OS was going to be the same as the version running on x86 chips architecture, it seems that ARM devices will have some limitations.

According to a documentation page from Microsoft (spotted by details a complete list of the limitations with the version of Windows 10 for ARM-based devices.

However, it appears that the list was published by accident, because Microsoft quickly removed the page, and there’s now only a cached copy of the list.

Windows 10 on ARM limitations

Although some of the limitations were expected, it appears that regular users won’t have much problems running apps as usual, including the ability to download and install most 32-bit classic desktop applications on ARM. However, if you’re planning to get these devices for a work environment, you’ll need to make sure the applications you intend to run are indeed compatible.

Will these limitations affect your decision on the purchase of a Windows 10 devices using an ARM processor? Tell us in the comments.