WOA Deployer for Raspberry Pi 3
The application to install Full Windows 10 into your Raspberry Pi!
Super easy to use. No-hassle.
Please keep reading carefully. All you need is here.
- Raspberry Pi 3 Model B (or B+)
- MicroSD card. Recommended with A1 rating.
- A Windows 10 ARM64 Image (.wim). Please, check this link to get it.
- To run WOA Deployer you need a recent version of Windows 10 (please, use the latest to ensure it'll run correctly, don't open issues otherwise)
- .NET Framework 4.6.1 (should come included in recent versions of Windows)
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Executing the tool
- Extract the .zip to a folder in your PC
- Navigate to the GUI folder
- Find the .exe file
- Run it
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Please, don't forget that the RaspberryPi WOA Project is supported by other individuals and companies (see the credits and acknowledgements section).
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Credits and Acknowledgements
This WOA Deployer is possible because the great community behind it. I would like to thank the brilliant minds behind this technical wonder. If you think you should be listed, please, contact me using the e-mail address on my profile.
Andrei Warkentin for the 64-bit Pi UEFI, UEFI Pi (HDMI, USB, SD/MMC) drivers, improved ATF and Windows boot/runtime support.
MCCI for their great contribution to the RaspberryPI WOA project:
- for porting their TrueTask USB stack to Windows 10 ARM64, and allowing non-commercial use with this project (see license)
- for funding the site of the project http://pi64.win and the discourse site http://discourse.pi64.win
- Special thanks to Terry Moore for all the great support and commitment, and for setting up the online presence for the project and its infrastructure.
Ard Bisheuvel for initial ATF and UEFI ports
Googulator for his method to install WOA in the Raspberry Pi
Bas Timmer (@NTauthority) for leaving ample thick hints that led to the development of HypDXe and the first bootable WOA builds
Mario Bălănică for his awesome tool, and for tips and support :)
...for everything from ACPI/driver work to installation procedures, testing and so on.
Microsoft for the 32-bit IoT firmware.
In addition to:
- Ian Johnson for his wonderful DI-IOC container: Grace
- Eric Zimmerman for The Registry Project
- Jan Karger for his wonderful MahApps.Metro
- Adam Hathcock for SharpCompress
- Etcher, the perfect tool for flashing.
And our wonderful group at Telegram for their testing and support!
These are the related projects. The Core Packages comes from them. Big thanks!