Windows RT’s Last Hurrah

Windows RT’s Last Hurrah


While the market has known for long seconds that Windows RT is over, it has not been clear where users of operating system would end up in the Windows 10 era. Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul noted about a month ago that RT users would get something, but until recently it wasn’t clear what that something would be.

Happily, WMPowerUser uncovered a new element of the Windows 10 FAQ page that details, in broad strokes, what Windows RT users can expect in “Windows 8.1 RT Update 3.”  To wit:

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ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley was quick to say that the update “doesn’t seem very robust.”

The Start menu is a key element of Windows 10, meaning that Windows RT users will at least see some of the fruits of Microsoft’s last few years of development work. However, I suspect that there won’t be too much more in the way of love for Windows…

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