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Windows RT Is Here To Stay, Says Former Windows Boss

claimed that some comments she made in November 2013 about there being too many versions of Windows may have been misinterpreted:

“Terry has been talking a lot about how we are going to bring things together and how the experience is really continuous, from phone to tablet to a PC. People kind of misconstrued it to mean it is the end of ARM[-based] Windows or Windows RT, but that is certainly not the case.”
Windows RT made its official debut with the Surface RT tablet on October 26, 2012, though the platform was refreshed alongside the core Windows 8 a few months back in October last year. It appears to be seen what kind of features Microsoft brings around for the RT platform when, and if, it releases Update 1 for Windows 8.1. Official details should be with us in the coming weeks.]]>

Written by Hamid Khan

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