Arm based Windows VM on PBP?
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Someone's got Windows Arm image to run on the Mac M1:
https://www.macrumors.com/2020/11/27/dev...ows-on-m1/

Do people think this might mean we could see a Windows VM on the Pinebook Pro?
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#2
The Mac is many times faster than the PBP. It also might use the EFI firmware instead of UBoot.
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(11-30-2020, 01:23 PM)speculatrix Wrote: Someone's got Windows Arm image to run on the Mac M1:
https://www.macrumors.com/2020/11/27/dev...ows-on-m1/

Do people think this might mean we could see a Windows VM on the Pinebook Pro?

People already installed Windows Arm on a Pi, so why not?
https://youtu.be/n1AXJjpM0L8
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Pi4 uses EFI firmware also. Pi3 didn't though.
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@speculatrix
Err, this has been done, glacially slow (mind you, this was x86, not arm windows)
And yes, the m1 (A14?) cpu is at least 10x the speed of rk3399, probably faster
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