Well gentle (Wo)man, using both the Lumia 2520 Win RT and an Asus with x86 Win 10...
Some times, being able to light up an .EXE from removable solid state storage is a Very Bad Idea.
Usually, its a younger go getter, wanting to 'fix' some perceived 'shortcoming'.
Sure ... Fire the SOB... That does what to undo the damage you really didn't want? ... A: Zero.
It all depends on the mission.
As a guy that survived Point Of Sale with C/PM, YEAH! I LOVE ❤ RT.
And I'll live with Win (phone) 10 as a valid POS platform.
And while Touchdevelop on the phone is a blast, I only want to see Visual Studio on win 10 x64 with a honkin iCore and SSD's in RAID 0, UNLESS its in virtualbox with OSX 10.10.x because I want to run final qc live in Apple land, not an emulator of Apple.
Those shoes your using in the city are worth zip when your Salmon fishing a mountain stream too.
Pick your tools based on the project. 😁 Anything else will only mean endless pain.
yay RT lives, maybe they were reminded some people would rather swap x86's disadvantages for ARM's "limitations" that don't apply to them for their needs and usage scenarios, I mean, I just want a giant touchscreen with a browser, media capabilities and huge battery life
arm? NO! use x86 chip! i don't want windows 10 for phone version in 10" tablet
i want full desktop mode, i want install .exe from my memory card.
I think it's the IoT version of windows 10,you know,the one that is supposed to run on the raspberry pi 2. I think this is the best possibility because both the processors on this leaked lumia tablet and the raspberry pi 2 are Armv7 processors. What is your opinion?