Microsoft admits that they are looking at the possibilities. This week Microsoft delivered a wonderful version of Windows 10 Mobile to testers.
One of the most interesting features of many, Continuum which allows you to connect your Windows phone to a monitor, connect the mouse and keyboard and allows the limited PC features.
Under Connect 2015 conference, said Microsoft’s Kevin Gallo that the company is considering the possibilities that Windows 10 Mobile devices can run Win32 applications. That is a full-fledged PC applications, in other words.
If Microsoft is able to climb this possible, it is a great achievement, and Windows 10-mobiles will more or less be able to replace traditional computers.
The company has made x86 applications available on the ARM platform earlier when with Internet Explorer 11, various Office applications and including Paint ran on Surface RT which was launched in 2012. ARM chips are also beginning to be so powerful that they can run standard PC software.