Is Windows on ARM ready?

This site shows whether popular Windows applications and development platforms natively support Windows on ARM64.

Microsoft

7/12

7/12

Applications developed by Microsoft

Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Office
Microsoft Teams
Microsoft To Do
PowerShell Core
PowerToys
Skype
Visual Studio
VS Code
Windows Subsystem for Linux
Windows Terminal
Your Phone

Applications

3/19

3/19

Applications developed by third-parties

1Password
Adobe Photoshop
Affinity Photo
Android Studio
Discord
Dropbox
FFmpeg
Geekbench
Git
Google Chrome
HandBrake
JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA
Mozilla Firefox
ShareX
Slack
Spotify
Telegram Desktop
VLC Media Player
Zoom

Development

2/11

2/11

SDKs and other application development tools

.NET
Electron
Go
Java
Mono
Node.js
PHP
Python
Qt
Ruby
Rust

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is this important?

While Windows on ARM64 can emulate x86 applications, performance and battery consumption are greatly improved for applications that are compiled natively for ARM64. In order to support a healthy ecosystem, it's important that the most popular applications support ARM64 natively.

What applications are included?

This listing only contains the most popular applications; it doesn't attempt to be an exhaustive list. Good candidates for inclusion are applications that are widely installed, or are widely used in particular workloads. Additionally, we include the most popular development SDKs that are used to build applications on Windows.

Can I suggest an application or suggest a change?

Please do! You can file an issue on GitHub or send me a tweet.