Sure enough, the Surface Pro X looks nice, but many of the apps currently available on the Microsoft Store do not work with its custom 64-bit ARM processor SQ1 – and strangely, my colleague Dieter Bohn found that the Microsoft Store won & # 39; it won't stop you from buying apps that don't work. So, in theory, you can pay for an application and download it only to find that it is incompatible with your shiny new computer. At least disappointing.
Microsoft has promised to fix this problem and is – sort of – an update to the Microsoft Store application, according to Windows Central . If you use the updated application in Windows 1
However, there appear to be some games that will not be shown yet – Windows Central said Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas can still be purchased and Guacamelee! 2 appeared on search – so Microsoft could still do some work in the application so that you might accidentally download something you can't use.