Does it?. There is nothing primitive about Linux. It's been my workstation OS since 1997 and has since become the operating system that runs the internet.... why Raspberry only supports the most simple and primitive operating systems?
This question shows us that you understanding of computers is very limited. Some time spent with the Pi would further your understanding a great deal. Indeed that is what the Pi is for....give us a tutorial on how to replace ARM processor with Intel...
Clearly not deep enough. Had you gone deep you would have discovered assembly language and that point you would have understood that there are more CPU architectures in the world than x86.... my understanding in computers goes deep in program part
Who would use it?I think that MicroSoft should start thinking about porting Windows to PI because it's a pretty cheap device
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sudo apt-get install libgl1-mesa-swx11 blender
It has the power of a really old notebook.JustSomeDude wrote:But this little device has a power of a notebook.
As it has been mentioned before, the software has to support the hardware, not the hardware has to support the software.JustSomeDude wrote: So, why couldn't you add a support for some advanced operating systems, such as Windows or MacOS?
Imagine, just for a moment, that MS *did* make a port of a suitable version of Windows for the Pi. Something like Win RT. You would then have a $35 computer that could run a $200 OS. How many people would want to pay nearly SIX TIMES the cost of the hardware to get a copy of the OS?JustSomeDude wrote:But I think that MicroSoft should start thinking about porting Windows to PI because it's a pretty cheap device. If they will start selling Windows for PI That would become a cheap way to get a medium-power PC
I haven't used COMMAND.COM in years.How often have you ever had to use command com? I mostly have needed it only foe network diagnosis.
I should have said command promptJoe Schmoe wrote:I haven't used COMMAND.COM in years.How often have you ever had to use command com? I mostly have needed it only foe network diagnosis.
But I use CMD.EXE every day.
Yes, but you did leave out one of the requirements: A credit cardIn the end you might find you don't really need the soldering iron.