The Nintendo Switch has a pretty serious hardware vulnerability that leaves it open to all kinds of exploits, and we've previously seen it running Linux thanks to the work of some hackers. Meanwhile, since Microsoft introduced Windows 10 on ARM, developers have been working to port it to unsupported ARM devices, including the Lumia 950. So, it would seem that it's only a matter of time until these two paths intersect, and that seems to have happened now.
A Twitter user by the name of @imbushuo has posted pictures of attempts to install the ARM version of Microsoft's operating system on Nintendo's hybrid console. The developer has noted some issues and documented many of the problems he encountered on Twitter, but progress is being made. The latest status update simply shows the Windows boot logo on the screen, with imbushuo noting that some work still needs to be done, specifically in regards to memory regions.
Over the weekend, we celebrated the second-year anniversary of the Nintendo Switch with a look at how much I personally love the system as it is. If you feel differently, though, this project might be interesting for you.
You can check out the project on GitHub, and make your own contributions to it if you're so inclined. Of course, you likely shouldn't expect this to become a fully functional version of Windows, but there's some potential in the concept.