Raspberry Pi enthusiasts wondering how the awesome Raspberry Pi Windows 10 ARM system would fare, are sure to be interested in a new video created by Novaspirit Tech. Who just tested the Windows 10 on ARM operating system running on a Raspberry Pi 3B as proof-of-concept, and published the results for your viewing pleasure in the video embedded below. It also needs to be clarified that this is not the IoT version of Windows.
Raspberry Pi Windows 10
The Windows Report website explains : “The fact that Windows 10 on ARM comes with built-in x86 emulation offers high-performance capabilities. Microsoft has been focusing on building x86 emulation into Windows 10 on ARM for a while, and this means that if an app that you want to run is not compiled on the ARM architecture, then it should still be able to run thanks to the emulation layer that’s packed in Windows 10 on ARM.”
If you are interested in learning more about the Raspberry Pi Windows 10 ARM system jump over to the complete Reddit thread by using the link below for a good overview of opinions on the testing. If you are interested in running a Raspberry Pi Windows 10 ARM system then watch the video embedded below which shows you how to install Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 operating system on a Raspberry Pi 3 mini PC.
Source: Windows ReportFiled Under: Hardware, Technology News, Top News