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Author Topic: Win RT is not being discontinued after all  (Read 2126 times)
K9IUQ
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« Reply #30 on: January 17, 2015, 01:40:54 PM »

Once again showing John knows nothing but keeps on posting Huh
Microsoft's Windows CE was in smartphones for years before Apple developed a smartphone.

WRONG. John knows about the Windows smartphones as he has been told this several times in other threads right here on eham. He just continues on with the same old same old rubbish posts. I have not been around eham for a while. I just came back and find W8JX still spewing the same old garbage. Not a surprise as:

W8JX ignores facts that do not fit into his own stupid wrong ideas...

Stan K9IUQ
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WW7KE
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« Reply #31 on: January 18, 2015, 12:23:04 PM »

One of them is electric is yours?

So you own this kind of modern technology? Wink



Or do you use Spread Spectrum, invented during WW2 by the esteemed scientist Hedley Lamarr? *

*  Edit:  That's "Hedy." Grin
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G8YMW
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« Reply #32 on: January 18, 2015, 01:00:18 PM »

Actually this thread is old news
I have known this for over 6 months (Wish I could find the link)

John you wrote, together with my reply
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Now that low power x86 cpu's from Intel will be available in mobile platform things will change in 2015 and beyond. No more writing for ARM and X86 bogging things down in future.

So that means RT is on the way out?
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73 de Tony
The value of  not being made to feel like putting a fist through the monitor? PRICELESS!!!
W8JX
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« Reply #33 on: January 18, 2015, 04:35:45 PM »

Actually this thread is old news
I have known this for over 6 months (Wish I could find the link)

John you wrote, together with my reply
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Now that low power x86 cpu's from Intel will be available in mobile platform things will change in 2015 and beyond. No more writing for ARM and X86 bogging things down in future.

So that means RT is on the way out?

I remember this post. At the time the word was MS was going to have one OS for all platforms but it seems after all it will have two. One for x86 and one for ARM. The difference being that there is currently two ARM versions, one for phone and one for tablet. With 10 one ARM version will cover both.
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You can embrace new computer/tablet technology and change with it or cling to old fall far behind....
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