Google is working on the development version of Google Chrome compatible with the version of the ARM architecture of Windows

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Today has been monitoring some of the commitments that indicate that the engineers of Microsoft, Google working together on the development version of the browser Google Chrome compatible with the version of the ARM architecture of Windows OS. It was suggested to one of the executives at Qualcomm earlier that it is being developed version of the Google Chrome browser works on a copy of ARM of the system Windows. It now appears that the two companies are working together on this.

Indicate obligations that are monitored by site 9to5Google noted that Microsoft’s engineers are working alongside engineers at Google to develop a version of the browser Google Chrome running on version ARM Windows. It’s a copy needed from Google Chrome due to the lack of a native version for Windows with processors ARM.

Needless to say, Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers on Windows 10, but unfortunately I don’t have original copy compatible with the devices Windows with processors ARM. Did Microsoft remove the tool and install the browser Google Chrome from Windows Store in the last year due to it was to violate some of the policies of the store. It’s the policies that are imposed on other browsers using the same engine used in the browser’s Microsoft Edge, which means that it can’t use its own engines.

This means that the version of Google Chrome that supports the version of ARM of the system, Windows may not be available for download through the Windows Store only if you disregard Microsoft about some of these restrictions. Can work both companies to improve the performance of other applications that are based on Electron such as Slack and Visual Studio Code that uses parts of Chromium.

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