Neowin noticed Microsoft has made some changes to the hardware requirements for Windows 10.
The facilitate OEMs and to give them more freedom, Microsoft is now allowing them to make Windows 10 devices with a screen size as small as 7-inches, down from the previous requirement of a screen of at least 8 inches. On the other hand, Microsoft increased the upper bound for Windows 10 Mobile devices to 9-inches, up rom the previous 7.99-inch maximum.
Furthermore, the software giant also updated the memory requirements. Previously, OEMs could ship a 32-bit Windows 10 machine with just 1GB of RAM memory but now the minimum is 2GB, the same as for the 64-bit version of Windows 10.