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https://tweakers.net/geek/135069/ontwik ... -pi-3.html
Translated it says:
Developer gets Windows 10 working on Raspberry Pi 3
The Dutch developer NTAuthority has Windows 10 Enterprise for ARM working on a Raspberry Pi 3. The operating system does not yet run smoothly on the small computer board. In this way only a single core is used.
NTAuthority, real name Bas Timmer, shows his progress on Twitter. Although Windows 10 Enterprise for ARM runs natively on the Raspberry Pi 3, the software is, according to him, very slow. "If all four cores were available, that might improve," he writes.
Among other things, he managed to boot the OneDrive app, an x86 program that runs on the ARM version of Windows 10 emulated. The used core of the Broadcom BCM2837 quadcoresoc was fully loaded. To use the other cores, specific firmware support is required. After some time of use, he received random bug check notifications that Windows 10 does not support the processor.
For computer boards like the Raspberry Pi, Microsoft actually has Windows 10 IoT Core, but that version does not have the desktop view of the full version of the operating system