Seriously by now the has been hacked pretty good.
We have bare bones versions of windows that wouldn't
take up lots of space and should be relatively faster
than a full blown version.
I know the CPU doesn't natively support x86 and people
have still been able to get it booted up but very very slow.
What could we do to get it running faster and smoother?
I mean it's going to happen some day but what is it going
to take to get there?
We have coders right now creating apps like N64 emu
and all kinds of cool stuff, one would think by now we
would have windows mastered on it.
I know getting win32 kernel running in XMB would be
impossible but damn wouldn't it be cool to use your
wireless surfing the net and listening to mp3's, maybe
even a little IM action going on?
333Mhz isn't that bad and I've seen apps optimized for
So what are the obstacles to overcome to get such a
Realistically I don't see XP even a stripped down version
running to hot on a but I do see 98 as a good
333Mhz with 64Mb, 4 or 8Gb stick... Why Not?
Is their any coders out there right now even contemplating
such a task?
Maybe it's just me, I'd like windows on but fairly
modern and working well, not win3.11 lol. :ROFL:
Thanks for any helpful advice and conversation on the matter.