Developer Ben who installed the complete version of Windows 10 IoT (Internet of Things) on a Windows Phone and OnePlus 6 have now succeeded in installing Windows 10 on a graphing calculator(via Windows Latest) after installing the Windows 10 ARM edition on Nintendo Switch.
The Ben has successfully installed Windows 10 IoT Core on the Prime Graphing Calculator of HP that we normally use.
Windows 10 IoT (Internet of Things) is a version of the OS that companies use on smaller devices with or without a display like Glas Thermostat, Smart Hubs, etc.
The advanced graphing calculator has been modified to boot Windows 10 IoT Core, which does not offer full Windows Shell experience but you can run Universal Windows Program (UWP) applications and background processes, according to Ben.
This is, in his view, a clear expression of the intention of Microsoft to make its multi-platform system.
The developer has tweeted on Twitter as “First boot attempt fails with some pre-OS error (i.e. not yet exit UEFI Boot Services), since the screen is too small, I can’t see error code right now; have to deal with the tape for UART access,”
But he was later able to install Windows 10 on a calculator that only has 256 MB of RAM. It is not yet fully operational and more details is still unknown.