And if you would read the source you gave, you would see
Todays web browsers need deep, deep access to operating systems and hardware. On Windows RT, it appears right now as though only Internet Explorer will be given that kind of access. Back in February, Steven Sinofsky posted that apps for Windows RT (Windows on ARM at that point) had to adhere to a different set of rules. Code that uses only system or OS services from WinRT can be used within an app and distributed through the Windows Store for both WOA and x86/64.
You just confirmed what I've been saying for quite a while. MSFT is withholding and locking developers out of RT, this is what was challenged in United States v. Microsoft - as I've repeatedly mentioned (and you've repeatedly failed to comprehend).
Do try to learn, put on the Big Boy pants and think before you post. I don't know what you are talking about - you keep making MY point, then attacking and sounding more and more ignorant with every attempt.
You are amazingly technically illiterate.
What part of “deep, deep access” don’t you get?
An API to gain OS system services (which RT furnishes) and “deep hooks” revealing the entire technical underpinnings of the OS (which it does not) are two very different things, snark-tart. So, no, while you can blather about how it proves your point, it does no such thing.
You’re not worth any more of my time. Bye now.