The version of Windows 10 optimized for ARM processors has opened the field of possibilities and continues to stimulate the creativity of some developers who are trying things that were still unimaginable a few years ago.
This is how the OS was installed on the Raspberry Pi.
A hacker has also succeeded in replacing Android by Windows 10 on the OnePlus 6T.
But, do you believe that it’s possible to install it on a calculator?
Well, a developer named Ben (@imbushuo on Twitter) had the crazy idea to try the adventure.
The calculator that is the subject of this hack is an HP Prime Graphing Calculator.