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    From garycrunk@FREEWAY to All on Fri Jun 28 12:55:00 2019
    Who supports RetroPI and Raspberry PI's?

    I want a Raspberry PI version 4 that can run Windows as well.

    Thoughts?

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  • From NuSkooler@FREEWAY to garycrunk on Fri Jun 28 18:58:00 2019
    garycrunk around Friday, June 28th...
    I want a Raspberry PI version 4 that can run Windows as well.

    MS would have to make that possible. I haven't followed it recently, but they *did* have ARM builds (but probably very specific to hardware)... not sure if they are still persuing that.


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  • From Richard Menedetter@FREEWAY to garycrunk on Sun Jun 30 17:45:00 2019
    Hi garycrunk!

    28 Jun 2019 12:55, from garycrunk -> All:

    Who supports RetroPI and Raspberry PI's?

    What do you mean exactly?
    The Raspberry Pi Foundation probably.

    I want a Raspberry PI version 4 that can run Windows as well.
    Thoughts?

    Why oh why ...
    Windows is the worst fit for a Raspberry Pi.
    Apart from that GUIless extremely awful IoT Windows, no other windows will run on the Pi.
    (Thanx god!)

    Anyways ... get yourself an Atomic Pi (or something else x86 based) if you can't live without Windows.
    Or better even learn a proper OS like Linux or one of the BSD variants (I suggest FreeBSD).

    Just my 2 cents.

    CU, Ricsi

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