Want Windows 10 on the Raspberry Pi? It’s virtually possible
Work to turn the $35 Raspberry Pi board into a thin client for Windows and Linux virtual desktops appears to be paying off.
Desktop virtualization specialist Citrix has been working with the Raspberry Pi Foundation to allow the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B to run various operating systems as a virtual desktop.
Following software tweaks, Citrix has demonstrated the Pi 2 running a Windows 10 virtual desktop with a 1600 x 1200 resolution at just over 19 frames per second, a bit low for smooth video but acceptable for everyday use.
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