16-year-old hacker installed Windows 95 on a smart-watch [video]




16-year-old developer installed Windows 95 on a “smart” clock Samsung Gear Live, running Android Wear. Hacker named Corbin Davenport replaced platform Google’s desktop operating system from Microsoft.


Over the weekend, a video enthusiast saw more than 300 000 people. Davenport was able to carry out his plan with the help of an emulator application available on Android. The video shows that the clock can not load the desktop and even open the “Start” menu. However, the OS can not boast of smoothness, despite the fact that it was made at the launch of “iron”, released 20 years after its release.

«Windows 95 does not have enough memory to open applications. I was not able to add more RAM, since this version of DOSbox no editable configuration file, “- said the author of the video.

Smart watches Gear Live feature 1.63-inch display and is based on a single-core processor with a clock frequency of 1.2 GHz, dual 512 MB RAM, 4 GB of memory for data storage, Bluetooth 4.0, and a battery of 300 mAh.

Earlier Davenport launched on “smart” clock Samsung shooter Doom, then placed in the store Google Play. Later, due to problems with the owners game has been removed from service.

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