Phew!@NTAuthority is quite busy with other projects...
Why would anyone want to work for free to support the closed source OS of a multi-billion dollar corporation?, however, but maybe a community effort could get this through...
This is Windows 10 Enterprise as an ARM build (by Microsoft - you can find this build online). What he has done is added in the UEFI components, a few 'hackety' firmware drivers, and other perfectly-legal support code to make it run. This is not a Windows "remix" or something - just a bunch of underlying UEFI/driver stuff to make it run.alphanumeric wrote: Hmm, the way I read it, its Windows 10 on Arm, not Enterprise? I've been hoping somebody would port 10 Mobile to run on the Pi. Windows 10 on Arm might even be better, assuming progress is made. If you don't like Windows you don't like Windows. I have many many Pi's kicking around the place and would happily try out Windows on Arm on one of them. If its usable cool, if its not no big deal, I'll just swap out the SD card.
The reality is, how does Microsoft feel about this? It is their Intellectual property. I hope they get on board, but something tells me they likely won't. I hope they don't go all lawyers on him though. =(
Well, I'd like Windows 10 on my Pi. I probably wouldn't activate it though...Heater wrote: Why would anyone want to work for free to support the closed source OS of a multi-billion dollar corporation?
Well, I guess it is - but I tried to see if this was news somewhere already and couldn't find that. So, okay, yes.hippy wrote: Isn't this just a re-run of the earlier (Feb 2018) thread here -
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