• aardA
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    14 months ago

    They have, and in my experience it works nicer than Rosetta.

    Windows 10 had it limited to 32bit binaries (but Windows 10 on ARM is generally very broken). Windows 11 can handle both 32 and 64bit emulation.

    • interolivary
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      14 months ago

      Yeah I recall it somehow being better designed than Rosetta but I can’t dig up where I read about this

      • aardA
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        24 months ago

        Don’t want to go into too much details - from a high level perspective the Windows version integrates better into the overall system. In Rosetta, once you’re in the emulation layer it can be rather complicated to execute native components from there. In Windows - with some exceptions - that’s not a problem.