Microsoft pleasantly surprised its fans with the newest Insider Preview edition of Windows 11, which has received surprisingly positive feedback from the Raspberry Pi community. Despite the fact that Windows 11 does not officially support the Raspberry Pi 4, many members of the Raspberry Pi community worked on it and were able to run it successfully.
Even at this early point in the operating system's development, Windows 11 runs smoothly and efficiently on the Raspberry Pi 4. The single SoC on the Raspberry Pi 4 is the Broadcom BCM2711, which has four ARM Cortex-A72 cores with a clock speed of 1.5 GHz. The BCM2711 also features a 1 MB L2 cache and has been shown to run on up to 8 GB of RAM.
Although Linux-based operating systems, such as Raspbian, are widely used on Raspberry Pi, which is terrific, many individuals prefer to work with Windows operating systems, which is why this is great news for Windows fans. Let's have a look at some more details about the upcoming Windows 11 release.
Microsoft introduced Windows 10, an operating system that worked well with the Raspberry Pi in the year 2020, but it appears that Windows 11 performs better on the Raspberry Pi than Windows 10. The IT community provided a lot of encouraging input, which led to the release of a Windows update for the Raspberry Pi. Thanks to a new ARM64 Insiders Preview image, you can learn how to install Windows 11 on your Raspberry Pi 4 using the link below. To learn more about the installation process, click the link below, which also has a wealth of information about Windows 11.