This machine is running Windows 10 on a Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor. It’s the Windows 10 you know, and it runs just like it would on any PC. Let’s get started. Here are the system properties. You can see this is running 64-bit Windows 10 Enterprise Edition with four gigabytes of RAM. Notice that I can domain join the machine, a hugely important feature for our enterprise customers. I’ll pull up the task manager so you can see the full power of the Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor with its four cores in action. When I switch to Microsoft Edge, you can see the speed and advanced functionality. Windows on this Qualcomm device will support full touch and pen functionality. Now iIm using an ink pad plugged in with USB, which works great with the inbox class driver. With Windows Ink, I can draw or highlight directly on the webpage and easily share it. Now, running video is always a true test of performance. As you can see, this trailer of the new “View from a Blue Moom” movie, available in the Windows Store, runs really smoothly. Next, we have an x86 Win32 desktop app running transparently with no changes, thanks to the magical emulation technology we’ve built into Windows 10. This is Adobe’s Photoshop running great on a Qualcomm Processor. We made zero changes to the app – it runs perfectly. I’ll select a radial blur filter on the Ninja Cat, just to show you that this is real Photoshop, with all the functionality you would expect. Another tough performance test on any PC is playing a game. Here we have the popular Windows 10 game “World of Tanks Blitz”. As you can see, it runs great. Super smooth. Our Office apps are the ultimate productivity tools for creators of all kinds, and the entire Office Desktop Suite will be available on these Qualcomm devices. You can see how fast and smooth Microsoft Word performs. That’s a quick overview of Windows 10 running on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Processor. Thanks for watching.