Raspberry Pi 4 Windows 11 installation and demo, achieved using materials developed by the Windows on Raspberry (WoR) project and BotSpot. And of course Microsoft. 🙂
The Windows on Raspberry website is here:
And Botspot’s WoR flasher page is here:
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22 Comments on “[Video] Windows 11 ARM on Raspberry Pi”
The thing I love about windows 7… is that when I open the settings, it opens the settings. I don't have to wait some inexplicable amount of time for it to do nothing more taxing than populate a window with a few icons. And this is on a 10 year old PC… but this is 2022 of course and microsoft are like "you want to open a window… hmm…. that's very complicated you know…."
I wanted to leave a comment on your update video, but I couldn't. I have a suggestion. You apparently are trying to solve your viewer problem without consulting the video experts, namely the YouTube staff. I'm sure the folks over there want you to succeed. It's logical. You succeed, and they succeed. 😁 👍
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is a key needed?
The fact that Windows 11 can run on a Raspberry Pi but it can't run on a Ryzen 5 2600x with an RTX 2060 PC is very funny.
Great video. Thank you
my phone (huawei p20 has faster ARM-Cortex A72 CPU which is at 1.8Ghz and can be overclocked to 2.5ghz for 35% better performance) and try to use a Raspberry PI CM4 with 8gb RAM (compute module 4) with a NVME ssd with a breakout board and next time try to overclock ur Raspberry PI
I know I'm late to the party, but would it run better with an SSD?
You need to be running faster flash, like a Samsung BAR or FIT 128GB at least 400mb/s. Why make yourself miserable with slow cards, when there is USB 3?
Another great and very informative video.For people who are just starting out with this tech, Explaining Computers is the best place to start.
Can you do this with pico model
I'm flashing a Windows 11 image using Botspot's script to try this on my Raspberry Pi 4. I'm not expecting a great performance, but I think it will be interesting to check out.
I haben't read all the comments, sao may have missed this observation. I tried the process today just to see how it performs and I was able to follow your excellent example up until the the dcreen after the "Sign in options". My next screen does not have a "Offline account" only the "Sign in with a security key" and "Forgot my username". Is Microsoft getting touchy about users not wanting MS to know all about their personal business?
I attempted the install on 7/5/2022, so you may want to re-visit your video.
Thanks for all your excellent content.
How about running Windows XP on Android phone 🙂
Oh God… That snail is ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING. Don't use that footage ever again please!
was playing with IOT windows 11 on RPI 4B 8GB ( CrowPI L ) for a while, not really usable, not using more that 3 GB ram, no WiFi working ( also usb edimax that i use successfully on the same with fydeOS and Raspbian … heavy, slow, bombastic .. like all windows from the bible time, just without the WiFi … i deleted.
Did this in the winter or something, on a Pie 4 8gb, but switched to a 4gb after a while, since it only supports 4gb. But works a little slow, but fast enough to be driving a backup program that I couldn't get to work in Linux 🙂
Can you put iOS on it?
How are you old man?…Grettings from Romania Chris.
Now, Chris, I dare you put any Linux distro on a Samsung Galaxy Book S (the ARM version from 2019). 😉
I just bought one because they can be had really cheap nowadays, and I am fully aware of its limitations aka not having any other OS than Windows.
Is it possible to install and run Visual Foxpro9 as an application ? Please check.