Surface Duo can run ARM64 version of Windows 11


Surface Duo can run ARM64 version of Windows 11

Surface Duo can run ARM64 version of Windows 11

Earlier this month, a report surfaced that Microsoft would finally release the Android 11 update. It has prepared for a smartphone equipped with two screens, the Surface Duo. Apparently, in the world of personal computers, the use of unofficial versions of operating systems is spreading.

According to Gizmochina, a developer named Gustave Mons of the original LumiaWoA project, has released images of the Surface Duo, which is the ARM64 version Runs Windows 11 . Gustav had previously installed the Windows 10 operating system on the Lumia 950XL phone. He has also similarly managed to launch the ARM64 version of Microsoft’s Windows 11 on the Surface Duo smartphone.

Now it seems that the LumiaWoA project has made more progress due to the implementation of the ARM64 version of Windows 11 on the Surface Duo. If you are not familiar with this issue, we should mention that Microsoft has officially ended support for Windows 10 Mobile, and therefore the efforts of WoA developers have helped the older models of the Lumia series to receive new updates and even the entire operating system of these devices has been updated. These developers are an independent group that has been working on the unofficial Windows On Arm project for the past few years.

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The LumiaWoA project initially focused on Windows 10, but with the release of Windows 11 Thanks to Microsoft, the team is now working on a newer OS as well. Gustav has even shared images of the Surface Duo running Windows 11, so we can assume that this project will soon expand and more devices will be able to run Windows 11.

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