Raspberry Pi 4 and Microsoft’s upcoming upcoming Windows 11 operating system has been discovered to run. Raspberry Pi is mostly associated with the Linux operating system and may have trouble dealing with the graphics intensity of other faster operating systems. Officially, Pi users who want to run newer Windows operating systems on their devices, Windows 10 IoT Core has been terminated. This is a cropped version of Windows 10. Tom’s Hardware
YouTube channel with leepsvideo, Windows 11 Insider Preview has been successfully installed on a Raspberry Pi 4.
Raspberry Pi 4’s 64-bit Broadcom BCM2711B0 4-core, 4-thread A72 processor (ARMv8-A) can reach a maximum frequency of 1.5 GHz. Windows 11 compatibility details have seen some tweaks compared to the beginning. On the other hand, the minimum requirements still require a TPM 2.0 chip or fTPM.
The system requirements to run Windows 11 on a Raspberry Pi 4 are pretty extreme. Because of this, YouTube videos only seem to work at 480p. Still, the new version is said to at least run smoother than any past attempt to run Windows 10.
Time will tell if the latest Windows 11 build will be compatible with the Pi. It is important to remember that a lot can change between today and the Windows 11 release date.