Using Windows Driver Kit with the ARM and ARM64 C compilers, either you build new drivers based on Microsoft’s sample code or you modify existing Windows driver code. Because Windows on ARM is.

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  1. The Waymo Driver's sensors and software scan constantly for objects around the vehicle—pedestrians, cyclists, vehicles, road work, obstructions—and continuously read traffic controls, from traffic light color and railroad crossing gates to temporary stop signs. The Waymo Driver can see up to three football fields away in every direction.
  2. JACKSON COUNTY, Miss. (WLOX) - An 8-year-old Vancleave girl is now recovering after being hit by a car at the bus stop Thursday morning, and the woman involved in the accident has been charged.
  3. Nettleton School District Director of Facilities, Ron Cooper, told Region 8 News a railroad crossing arm came down on top of the bus. He said the driver was able to get the bus off the tracks.
  4. The driver functions are published in the access struct as explained in Common Driver Functions. ARMDRIVERUSART: access struct for USART driver functions; Example Code. The following example code shows the usage of the USART interface for asynchronous communication.

DRIVE – (verb) – to cause and guide the movement of, or otherwise cause to move by force or compulsion

OPTIMA’s DriveAutoX is a series of autocross lifestyle events that are as much about the social aspect as they are about the competition. We call it “AutoX”. The DriveAutoX series will emphasize both the drivers and their social experience, while developing new and unique formats that will test driver skill and vehicle performance.

What’s different? Most everything! First and foremost, this series is about a lifestyle – the people, the experience and the competition. The social aspect of the events will be priority. Every event will feature an opportunity to congregate, renew old friendships and start new ones.

DriveAutoX represents the logical evolution of autocross. Qualifying formats will be in place to maximize seat time. Yes, you’re going to get A LOT of runs. Each DriveAutoX event is a full two days of action-packed competition. With up to three cars on course at a time, Saturday and Sunday qualifying will test the mettle of even the most seasoned competitor. On Sunday afternoon, each event will feature a unique format to determine class champions. And since we make the rules and nothing is off the table, there could be impromptu shootouts, pursuits, or runoffs.

DriveAutoX is a points-based series of events. Competitors will have an opportunity to compete in multiple events to accumulate points towards a national class championship. Class champions will then earn an invite to the prestigious UMI King of the Mountain event to compete against the USA’s best autocrossers for $10,000.


The rules are simple and easy to follow – and are not up for debate. We all love competition, but DriveAutoX will keep it friendly and fun. There are classes for all years/makes/models and modifications. Prizes will be given to those that perform well, but the grand prize goes to everyone that comes out, has fun, and leaves with a smile.

You will never be required to work or shag cones. Through our partnership with FSAE and other local automotive trade organizations, DriveAutoX is able to secure knowledgeable and enthusiastic course workers while donating proceeds to these organizations to help provide valuable automotive oriented programs for our young auto enthusiasts.

Our event locations are premium, just like the rest of the experience. We will invade some of the most premier facilities east of the Mississippi. Lots of room for great course layouts, plenty of paddock parking and each geographic location is famous for local fare that you can’t get anywhere else! And yes, there will be points, grand prizes and giveaways from our sponsors, because those are all things that add to the fun.

Windows 10 ARM-based PCs help you keep working wherever you go. Here are some of the main benefits:

  • Always be connected to the internet. With a cellular data connection, you can be online wherever you get a cellular signal—just like with your mobile phone. When you’re at work, home, or by another Wi-Fi network you trust, you can connect to Wi-Fi to save cellular data and keep working.

  • Battery life that goes beyond all-day. You'll use less power than you would with other PCs, so you can go through a typical work or school day without running out of battery or worrying about finding an outlet to plug into. If you want to use your PC for something more fun, you can play videos stored on your PC for many hours without charging your battery in between.

  • Turn on instantly. When you’re not using your PC, just press the power button like you do on your mobile phone to turn off the screen. When you take out your PC and turn it back on, it turns on instantly. Whenever you have a few minutes in between classes, meetings, or other activities, you can get things done without waiting for your PC to start.

Select any heading below to get answers to questions you might have.

What limitations should I be aware of when running a Windows 10 ARM-based PC?

There are some limitations when you run a Windows 10 ARM-based PC:

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  • Drivers for hardware, games and apps will only work if they're designed for a Windows 10 ARM-based PC. For more info, check with the hardware manufacturer or the organization that developed the driver. Drivers are software programs that communicate with hardware devices—they're commonly used for antivirus and antimalware software, printing or PDF software, assistive technologies, CD and DVD utilities, and virtualization software.
    If a driver doesn’t work, the app or hardware that relies on it won’t work either (at least not fully). Peripherals and devices only work if the drivers they depend on are built into Windows 10, or if the hardware developer has released ARM64 drivers for the device.

  • 64-bit (x64) apps won’t work. You'll need 64-bit (ARM64) apps, 32-bit (ARM32) apps, or 32-bit (x86) apps. You can usually find 32-bit (x86) versions of apps, but some app developers only offer 64-bit (x64) apps.

  • Certain games won’t work. Games and apps won't work if they use a version of OpenGL greater than 1.1, or if they rely on 'anti-cheat' drivers that haven't been made for Windows 10 ARM-based PCs. Check with your game publisher to see if a game will work.

  • Apps that customize the Windows experience might have problems. This includes some input method editors (IMEs), assistive technologies, and cloud storage apps. The organization that develops the app determines whether their app will work on a Windows 10 ARM-based PC.

  • Some third-party antivirus software can’t be installed. You won't be able to install some third-party antivirus software on a Windows 10 ARM-based PC. However, Windows Security will help keep you safe for the supported lifetime of your Windows 10 device.

  • Windows Fax and Scan isn’t available. This feature isn’t available on a Windows 10 ARM-based PC.

I want to use Windows programs that aren’t in the Microsoft Store. Can I run them on my Windows 10 ARM-based PC?

You can install 32-bit (x86), 32-bit (ARM32), and 64-bit (ARM64) Windows apps that aren’t available in the Microsoft Store in Windows. 64-bit (x64) apps won't run. Peripherals and devices only work if the drivers they depend on are built into Windows 10, or if the hardware developer has released ARM64 drivers for the device. It's a good idea to check whether the hardware developer has published a version of the driver that runs on a Windows 10 ARM-based PC.

I use assistive technology—what should I know before buying a Windows 10 ARM-based PC?

Windows 10 provides built-in accessibility features that help you do more on your device. You can also find assistive technology apps in the Microsoft Store in Windows, such as the KNFB Reader and the Read&Write extension for Microsoft Edge—and we're working to offer more apps soon.

You can check the Microsoft Store or contact your assistive software vendor to see if your preferred assistive technology apps are available for a Windows 10 ARM-based PC.

You may want to check with the vendor to find out if their app is compatible on a Windows 10 ARM-based PC. Not all assistive technology apps work as expected.

If you use a screen reader, NVDA has updated their app to be compatible on a Windows 10 ARM-based PC. For more info, visit the NV Access website.

What do I need to get an cellular data connection?


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Every Windows 10 ARM-based PC can connect to a cellular data network, so you can get online wherever you have a cellular signal. Depending on your PC manufacturer, your PC might use a physical SIM card, an embedded SIM (eSIM), or either one.

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To find out whether your PC uses a SIM card, eSIM, or either one:

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  1. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Network & Internet > Cellular .

  2. Determine the type of SIM your PC uses. On the Cellular settings screen, look for a link near the bottom of the page that says Manage eSIM profiles.

    • If you see the link, your PC has an eSIM and you'll need a data plan and an eSIM profile from your mobile operator or organization. For more info, see Use an eSIM to get a cellular data connection on your Windows 10 PC and Add your Windows 10 PC to your mobile account to get online.

    • If you don't see the link, your PC uses a physical SIM card. You'll need a data plan and a SIM card from your mobile operator. To learn how to get connected after that, see Cellular settings in Windows 10.

    • If you see the link and you see Use this SIM for cellular data near the top, your PC has both a physical SIM card and an eSIM. You can use either one to get connected to a cellular data network.

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To see if your device will work, check the hardware manufacturer's website or your mobile operator's website.

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