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Author Topic: Proof of Windows 10 booting up on the Nintendo Switch (video)  (Read 33 times)
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« on: March 08, 2019, 02:13:20 AM »
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Somethings are inherently unbelievable, such as booting a desktop operating system on a handheld console, but it seems that may need to be re-evaluated, as handheld hardware becomes more powerful and Windows 10 becomes more portable.

We have seen photos of Windows 10 being installed on the Nintendo Switch before, but despite the credentials of the hacker, Ben Imbushou, involved have been reluctant to post about it because itís so ridiculous, but after video evidence of the feat has been posted we could no longer ignore it.



Somethings are inherently unbelievable, such as booting a desktop operating system on a handheld console, but it seems that may need to be re-evaluated, as handheld hardware becomes more powerful and Windows 10 becomes more portable.

We have seen photos of Windows 10 being installed on the Nintendo Switch before, but despite the credentials of the hacker, Ben Imbushou, involved have been reluctant to post about it because itís so ridiculous, but after video evidence of the feat has been posted we could no longer ignore it.


According to Benís flow chart, it seems a motivated-enough hacker could get Windows 10 running on nearly any ARM device.



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