The Windows operating system has recently been operating on computers with ARM processors, but users are deprived of the use of the Chrome browser there because they must use the embedded Microsoft Edge browser instead.
However, collaboration between Google, Microsoft and Qualcomm, as it seems, brings the popular browser to such a hardware platform. As you know, Windows 10 on the ARM platform now uses the virtualization strategy for applications written for the X86 / X64 machine platform. But this approach also has an important attention to implementation, which is still known for ARM-based computers.
It seems to be all winners, because Chrome is a popular browser on all platforms, but Windows 10 on ARM simply can not afford not to support it. This is not the only collaboration between Microsoft and Google, because they also work together on dual bootup of Windows 10 on Chromebooks where only Google Chrome OS has been used so far.
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