Windows 10X operating system has been successfully ported to MacBook

Thanks to the simulator and VHD image released earlier this week, someone shared a tutorial on installing Windows 10X on a variety of real-world hardware on the web. In addition to Surface Go and a group of vendors’ laptops, Microsoft’s Windows 10X operating system, developed specifically for Surface Neo dual-screen mobile devices, was successfully ported to Apple MacBook.

Windows 10X operating system has been successfully ported to MacBook

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For interested friends, check out the tutorial published on OSG.wiki, “Installing Windows 10X” on real hardware.

Windows 10X operating system has been successfully ported to MacBook

@imbusshuo shared a short video on Twitter of running Windows 10X on MacBook 9.1

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Windows 10X operating system has been successfully ported to MacBook

The developer also took a screenshot of the information on the MacBook running Windows 10X (internal preview, compiled version number 19563.1000).

Windows 10X operating system has been successfully ported to MacBook

Despite Microsoft’s claim that Windows 10X was built for dual-screen folding devices, another developer, @stroughtonsmith, managed to port it to the Surface 10X.

Windows 10X operating system has been successfully ported to MacBook

The Surface Go for testing has only 120GB of hard drive space, and he’s lazy at first to see if it’s feasible to pour the mirror directly in.

Windows 10X operating system has been successfully ported to MacBook

The results were so pleasing that Surface Go was successfully swiped into the Windows 10X operating system. While touch and Wi-Fi drivers don’t install by default, they’re already pretty impressive.

Windows 10X operating system has been successfully ported to MacBook

Finally, @stroughtonsmith summarizes some of the tips for Surface Go to install the Windows 10X operating system, such as the need to inject your own drive for displays, wireless networks, and touchpads, and still have some requirements for hands-on capabilities.