Windows 8 Caught Running on an ARM CPU

Windows 8 was shown running on an ARM processor along with the debut of Internet Explorer 10. The newest version of Windows in development was seen at MIX ’11 today running on a 1GHz ARM 7 processor. Interestingly enough, NVidia has also tweeted that the operation system was in fact running on a Tegra 2 processor.

An engadget.com user by the name of illegaloperation points out the following:

…this is Windows 8. You can see the “Windows is not activated. View details in the Genuine Center”. Genuine Center is a confirmed feature of Windows 8 and has been seen in previous image leak of Windows 8.

Meanwhile, Internet Explorer 10 has been showcased, featuring added speed features for HTML 5 and graphics. You can download the preview here.

Source: Engadget