Architecture of the Raspberry Pi is ARM and (Intel) x86 AMD64

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The architecture of the Raspberry Pi is ARM, while that of most desktops and laptops today is often referred to as (Intel) x86 AMD64 . Develop a table consisting of a list of 5 items that 1 compares the two. Which is more common in the world today?

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Running Head: PC HARDWARE AND OS ARCHITECTURE.

Pc hardware and operating system architecture.
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PC HARDWARE AND OS ARCHITECTURE.

Pc hardware and operating system architecture.
Table showing a list of five items that compares ARM and (Intel) x86 AMD64.
Item

ARM

(Intel) x86 AMD64

Power consumption.

ARM architecture is mostly used in

The architecture is mostly used in

portable devices like phones which

powerful devices like laptops and

operate on android and IOS. They

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