Windows RT

Windows RT is a version of the Windows 8 operating system designed for devices with ARM processors. The "RT" in the name stands for "Real Time," indicating that the operating system is designed for real-time applications.

Windows RT devices are typically cheaper and have better battery life than devices with Intel or AMD processors. However, they are also less powerful and cannot run traditional Windows programs.

Windows RT was first released in 2012, and the latest version is Windows RT 8.1.

Does Windows RT still exist? Yes, Windows RT still exists. Microsoft has not announced any plans to discontinue the operating system, and it remains available for purchase. However, the company has significantly scaled back its support for the platform, and there are no new Windows RT devices currently on the market. Is Windows RT the same as Windows 10? No, Windows RT is not the same as Windows 10. Windows RT is a version of Windows that was specifically designed for devices with ARM processors. Windows 10, on the other hand, can be installed on devices with either ARM or x86 processors. Can Windows RT be upgraded to Windows 10? Windows RT cannot be upgraded to Windows 10.

What is the difference between Windows RT and Windows?

Windows RT is a version of the Windows operating system designed for use on devices with ARM processors. It is a stripped-down version of Windows 8, with a limited selection of pre-installed apps and no support for legacy Windows software. Windows RT was released alongside Windows 8 in October 2012.

Windows is a family of operating systems for personal computers. The first version of Windows was released in November 1985. Windows 10, the latest version of Windows, was released in July 2015. Windows 8, a version of Windows designed for use on touchscreen devices, was released in October 2012. Windows RT is a version of Windows 8 for devices with ARM processors. Can I install Linux on Surface RT? Yes, you can install Linux on Surface RT, but it requires some workarounds because Microsoft has locked down the device. The process is described in detail here: