This week, however, Microsoft finally published a more complete list of the limitations of Windows 10 on ARM. And that word – limitations – is interesting. This isn’t how Windows 10 on ARM differs from Windows 10 on x86-based systems. It’s how it’s more limited.
None of these things really sound all that surprising to me, but you can bet these limitations – which seem technical in nature, not political – will lead to outcries among some people who buy ARM-based Windows 10 machines.