Start64!Microsoft has already expressed its commitment to Windows 10 Mobile on several occasions, and while the company isn’t talking too much about new hardware, it is certainly more focused on improving the software side of its mobile strategy.

And one way to do that is by pushing Windows 10 Mobile to 64-bit, which would allow for more powerful hardware to be used on devices running the operating system and thus achieve better performance figures on flagships.

The 32-bit architecture limits Windows 10 Mobile devices to 4 GB of RAM and this is quite a major drawback if Microsoft wants more partners to join this effort and create phones running its OS. A 64-bit OS would bring a long series of advantages, including support for new hardware that’s already available on rival platforms.