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Windows on ARM support

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Popping in to ask another question about Windows on ARM support.

 

Windows on ARM appears to be gaining momentum.  A number of systems are launching this summer.  Some of them are targeting businesses like the Dell Latitude 5455 and 7455.

https://www.pcmag.com/news/meet-the-snapdragon-x-elite-starting-lineup-from-acer-dell-hp-and-lenovo

 

Also, NVIDIA appears to be gearing up to enter with their own WOA platform next year.

https://www.tomshardware.com/pc-components/cpus/dell-hints-at-nvidia-made-chips-for-windows-ai-pcs-a...

 

Has any further thought been giving to adding Windows 11 ARM as a supported platform for Cortex XDR?

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Hello @SparseParades ,

 

As a follow up to my prior message, I want to provide an update that Cortex support for Windows ARM, delivered through the Snapdragon X Series Platforms, is currently in development. Beta support is expected to start in the summer of 2024. We're excited about the opportunity to expand our leading Cortex threat prevention and detection capabilities to additional form factors.

 

Regards,

Ashutosh

Ashutosh Patil

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Hello @SparseParades ,

 

Thank you for reaching out on Live Community.

 

As of now ,  Windows on ARM support is not available. However, the Feature request has been raised already for the same.

 

I will suggest you to reaching out Accounts/SE Team and ask them to add your account for the Feature request.

 

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Ashutosh Patil

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Hello @SparseParades ,

 

As a follow up to my prior message, I want to provide an update that Cortex support for Windows ARM, delivered through the Snapdragon X Series Platforms, is currently in development. Beta support is expected to start in the summer of 2024. We're excited about the opportunity to expand our leading Cortex threat prevention and detection capabilities to additional form factors.

 

Regards,

Ashutosh

Ashutosh Patil

Great news; thanks for the update.

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