At the nearly two and a half hours event, Microsoft demoed many of the new features coming to the next version of the operating system, it even talked about the version of Windows 10 for mobile devices, which include phones and tablets with screen smaller than 8-inch running Intel’s x86 and ARM CPUs, but nothing was said about Windows RT. After the Windows 10 briefing, the company had a Q&A session with the audience at which point Terry Myeson, leader of the Microsoft’s operating systems team, was asked “Will Windows RT be part of the Windows 10 upgrade?” and Terry answered “We’re working on an update, but haven’t worked out all the details yet.” As such, it seems that Windows RT is not dead yet, even though the company has failed to make the software mainstream. In part because the operating system featured a desktop environment, but users could not use any traditional applications other than Outlook, Office, and Internet Explorer. There will be an update coming, but it will only feature some of the enhancements and functionality found in Windows 10. However, this could only mean that Surface RT and Surface 2 will continue to have support for the life of the devices, but it does not necessarily mean that it will run Windows 10. But let’s make something clear, Windows on ARM will continue, as Microsoft is preparing a version of Windows 10 for mobile devices which will support ARM processors for phones and tablets, which is a merge of Windows RT and Windows Phone. The first preview will be available sometime in February. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.