The RPi 4 B with 4 GB of RAM has been released quite a while ago and out of curiosity I was thinking about if it could run Windows 10. There is a video about the pertaining topic but Windows 10 seems to be very sluggish even on the recent Raspberry Pi 3 B+. Ever since that day nobody has ever tried to run windows on the new model (Rpi 4 B). Does anybody know if this could work on this? I'm pretty sure it could "probably" run on it since of:
- Increased RAM
- Increased processor power
- Better graphics (now supporting 4K)
I know this seems like a very stupid question. I mean, why would anybody want to do this? We already have Debian running on it why Windows now? The reason to this is: more support. More support for applications, and so. Since this model is running a 64-bit processor, that means, if you would install windows, then you would be able to enable WSL (view doc here if you don't know about it) onto the raspberry pi and also run Debian on top of Windows. Making this a reality (to me) seems like a great option and I fully support it. Does anybody know if this'll work?