An anonymous reader writes: When is an Intel PC not an Intel PC? When it moves applications such as Internet browsing and email on to an ARM processor because it can get longer battery life. And according to a story at www.eetimes.eu/213402291 this hybrid Intel-ARM processor approach is being taken by PC makers as prominent as Dell. The problem for Intel: Why would you switch out of "all-day" mode and use the Intel processor? The problem for ARM: lacking support from Microsoft for Windows the applications it runs for the PC have to do so under Linux.