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steelpillow: That's a very narrow view of the markets for ARM processors - from Intel or anyone else. Most ARM processors end up in things which have nothing to do with MS, or even when you might not expect ARM at all. Such markets are dominated by Linux and other embedded OSes. You can go on about MS all you want, but unless you're talking CE, it's not really relevant.

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