One of the coolest devices available is Raspberry Pi 3. It's a tiny one computer which is quite economic and has the ability to do quite amazing things!
From today, Raspberry Pi can add something new to his achievements list because some fearless developers have managed to get Windows 10 ARM to run on Raspberry Pi, a move that will change everything for the future of a small computer. Although the news is quite positive about Pi, it should be noted that there are some disadvantages such as the need for a lot of work to make the change. In particular, although it may seem quite obvious, to run them Windows 10 it is necessary for the user to have a Raspberry Pi 3B or B +. You will also need a microSD card with A1 rating and the minimum of 16GB space. Finally, you will need to have a Windows 10 ARM64 image. Also, you will need some binaries and software available from GitHub. The process to use these is quite easy and no problems will arise.
Unfortunately, the biggest disadvantage is that Windows 10 ARM is terribly slow on Raspberry Pi, regardless of whether you have 3B or B +. Of course, it is quite useful for specific tasks and it will take x86 programs but for daily use it is a bit slow for it is completely useful. However, this is an excellent integration into Raspberry Pi and if we see other similar changes in the future, these computers will be an extremely cost-effective solution for Windows 10 PCs. For now, they can all install it after they first download them Windows 10 ARM image, WoA installer and core packages. Although the speed is slow, the result will surely be impressive for every user.