Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 1st May 2009 22:36 UTC, submitted by hyper
Windows With a flood of ARM-based netbooks coming to the market starting somewhere end of this year, many hope it will be another opportunity for Linux to get some mainstream exposure. Since "normal" Windows doesn't run on ARM, Linux is the only obvious choice. Right? Well, Warren East, president and CEO of ARM Holdings plc, has been dropping hints that Windows might make its way to ARM after all. At least, that's what EETimes is concluding.
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RE[2]: Comment by poundsmack
by mallard on Tue 5th May 2009 05:34 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by poundsmack"
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I think you are confusing Windows Mobile versions with Windows CE versions.

The current version of Windows Mobile is 6.1, based on Windows CE version 5.2. I cant seem to find any information on what CE version is behind Windows Mobile 6.5, but it's unlikely to be greater than 5.5.

It will be a long while yet before CE makes it to version 7.

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