Windows on ARMWindows RT is still hanging in there, even though the number of ARM-based devices available with it doesn't exactly seen to be growing.


But despite that, as well as high initial prices for products like the Surface RT plus notable stillborn devices and absentee vendors, Microsoft still appears to be committed to the cut-down version of Windows 8 and now Windows 8.1, even if RT barely got a mention in the keynote that opened Microsoft Build yesterday.

We got our hands on RT 8.1 which we found running on a Surface at the Build event. Here's some shots direct from the device.

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