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Qualcomm names its Windows 10 ARM PC partners

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Re: But will it...

"(and run be more performant, secure, easier to update, patch without rebooting)"

If it runs Linux, then no. You will have lower performance on the same hardware - The latest Windows 10 beats desktop Linux on benchmarks. You will still have way more security vulnerabilities and patches to assess / install than for windows. It will still be a lot harder to selectively manage them. And you will still have to reboot for kernel updates.

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