Or, you know, actual hardware. Windows 10X is shaping up to be one of the most exciting releases of the operating system in recent memory, and things have picked up some good steam lately.
It’s pratty much the new hotness!
Which makes sense, as there has been nothing like this on the Windows space since the good old days of Windows 10. Microsoft stirred up the community back then, when it released early Technical Previews for this OS in late 2014 and early 2015.
And something similar happened this week, when the company released the first Windows 10X emulator, designed to give many their first opportunity to play around with the new operating system.
It was only a matter of time until someone got it running on actual hardware — you know, laptops and tablets and whatnot. And we have seen several users trying it on Surfaces and Macs of the world.
So much so, in fact, that there is actually a whole tutorial for installing it on these machines.
Before you get overly excited, do note that this is not something that you should try at home. Not if you are a novice with hardware and don’t have a full understanding of all the steps involved in the process. You will be doing it all at your own risk.
Let’s just say, it’s not exactly a simple process, like say the one where the full Windows 10 was deployed on the Lumia 950.
Of course, there is a chance that someone will create a more streamlined installation experience for the average user. We may not be there yet, but you can bet someone is working on it.
If you have a spare hardware laying around, though, and are comfortable finding your way around software and operating systems, then this one might be worth a go.
The experience, apparently, is very smooth.