1 minute ago, figuerres wrote
I know you are not really that uneducated so why act that way? this is not a desktop with an x86 type CPU.
I am not an expert on the tools you asked about. over the life of Linux there have been changes that needed to have software updated to run with the new versions. Same thing here.
I do not think it is a "uneducated" to believe that when Microsoft announced the release of Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi, that I would have access to a complete desktop operating system, including the standard desktop included with Windows 10 and support for desktop applications. To me, the unusual aspect is that it does not include such things.
You bring up Linux, it is not unusual to run equivalent operating system on different architectures. For instance, there is no major user facing differences between Debian on x86 or Debian on Raspberry Pi. The same desktop, software, and other systems are available through the package manager. Most computer languages are portable across architectures, and the Linux kernel itself is no exception.
As I said, I suspect this is a simple omission due to the fact that the software is prerelease, and a proper release of Windows 10 will include such features as the ability to run desktop applications.