Mr. Pi wrote:
As said, microsoft said windows 8 will support ARM processors, the problem is that The Raspberry Pi will NOT have enough RAM to run windows 8... There is a solution though... There is a new I/O board for the R-Pi with the same amount of ram as the Raspberry Pi (Model B) and I believe it combines the ram on the new board and the pi and doubles the ram to 1GB as theres about 512MB of ram in both Boards and it equals as 2x the power when combined. And 512MB of Temporary Data (The Ram) + another 512MB of temp data = Approx. 1.24GB of RAM. And that should be enough to run the Windows 8 System. So it may be possible to run windows on a raspberry pi after all, and maybe if you removed the un-needed system scripts and edited it so it only took 512MB of the total ram, then that'd be great, meaning there would be enough ram for both sides of the system, basics and the system. You'd think MS-DOS would run on the raspberry pi now, but sadly not. I looked and MS-DOS won't run on the raspberry pi, yet DOSBox will run on the raspberry pi.
So theres a bright future of the raspberry pi and windows now.
Many things wrong with your post, firstly not having enough RAM isn't by far the only thing, or even the most important thing blocking (ARM) Windows 8 from ever running on a PI, the requirement of Microsoft to have a UEFI BIOS so that the system cannot run anything BUT Windows, for one thing is much more important. Secondly your idea
There is a new I/O board for the R-Pi with the same amount of ram as the Raspberry Pi (Model B) and I believe it combines the ram on the new board and the pi and doubles the ram to 1GB as theres about 512MB of ram in both
is complete nonsensical, wishful thinking.
Also a clustered does not make for a "larger system", just a clustered system, there is a big difference, its not like having a dual core system, with dual the amount of RAM, that isn't how it works!
Also, licensing and technical impossibilities (invented by MS, just to make this sort of thing impossible) make this a no runner! MS demands complete control of any ARM platform it will allow windows 8 to run on, and the PI is probably the farthest away from that, that I can imagine.
I can forsee NO future where the PI will run windows 8! Mark my words!
Even when someone hacks windows 8 so much that technically it will run on a random ARM system MS won't sit idly by and let that happen!
I'm sorry to burst your bubble!