With the netbook marking exploding, ARM processors should be gaining some traction, though it seems that there is a bit of bad news of folks who support the ARM processors. According to Mike Nash, Microsoft’s corporate vice president, Windows 7 will not support ARM processors, and Microsoft will continue with its strategic cooperation with Intel. Will this latest development turn netbook makers to alternatives such as Linux?
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