Windows 11 Arm-based PC Compatibility

Is Midi Guitar compatible with Windows 11 Arm-based systems? Microsoft states the following general information: “Drivers for hardware, games and apps will only work if they’re designed for a Windows 11 Arm-based PC**. […] Peripherals and devices only work if the drivers they depend on are built into Windows 11, or if the hardware developer has released Arm64 drivers for the device.”

Hello @tjgqbyron, welcome here :slightly_smiling_face:

I have absolutely no idea but the best thing to do is to download the free trial and see if it works.
Keep us informed, thank you.

MG2 is not a device. It is an application. I haven’t tested but pretty sure you’ll have less trouble with MG2 than your audio interface.

Understood about the external drivers. Internal apps may also be a problem though - Windows on Arm documentation | Microsoft Learn - “Windows on Arm runs native Arm apps, as well as many unmodified x86 & x64 apps, but for the best performance and battery life, apps should be built to be Arm-native wherever possible.” MG2 should look into this for its Arm-based customers. Microsoft offers developer support for this. As stated in the above article - “Windows offers a variety of tools and frameworks to support app development for Arm, on Arm.” The article points to various tools to access for this. Hey Jam Origin - how about it???

@tjgqbyron please can you confirm that MG cannot be installed or run on ARM ?
This is important and useful for users to know.