, evildictaitor wrote

So please, let's stop with all the "Win32 is power inefficient" FUD.

There's nothing inherintly bad about Win32, it's all the legacy apps that are poorly suited for a WOA device that they want to exclude. The apps make the device, and if certain companies can get away with recompiling the same old crap, then it's bad for the users and therefore bad for Windows.