A number of assurances have been heard in the air about a version of Chromium coming with native support for Windows ARM64 is supposed to be here, and seeing on Google Source the contribution of Microsoft employees this appears to be making a good progress.
One of the main hurdles in the way to adopt Windows 10 on ARM was the performance of non-native apps for example Chrome on the operating system.
The chief contributors seem to be from Jon Kunkee and Tom Tan, at Microsoft one of whom is a kernel developer related to the x86-on-ARM64 emulation technology.
The pair has together done a number of contributions, putting forward that a long time is not supposed to pass before we are supposed to get a good native version on ARM of Chromium for Windows 10, even in case is to be built into Edge.
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