"Emulation does not work for something which extends another process. It has to be native."
Thank you? Without any explanation on how that applies to Sart11, I have no idea what that means or if it is relevant. All I'm saying is things like Firefox x86, 7-Zip x86, Office x86, etc all run perfectly fine and better than fast on Win 11 ARM on my M1 Macbook Pro, so there has got to be a way to get Start11 working.
Even if Start11 can't be x86 and has to be written for ARM, isn't the Macbook Pro user running Windows in a VM your target market? Not a lot of people do that except us IT guys who like to customize things, in other words a huge chunk of those who have bought Start 10 in the past.
I know they exist somewhere out there in the world, but I don't know a single network security consultant who does NOT use some version of a Macbook. Last week for example we had DHS CISA onsite for a penetration test. All 5 guys had a Macbook Pro running Windows VMs. The 6 IT admins I know, they all use a Macbook as their primary with a Windows VM (or multiple VMs) too. There's a huge market for an ARM version of Start 11 and it's only growing every day with VM platforms like Parallels making Win11 ARM a 1-click install.