In all, we found ExaGear Desktop provided no practical use for Windows software, but was fantastic for running Linux x86 programs. Last word. 4/5. Once ExaGear Desktop is up and running, it becomes a neat solution for running a wider range of Linux software on your Raspberry Pi. The Windows aspect is interesting, but not practical. It went pretty smoothly, and after installation, I had to run raspi-config to extend the partition size, change the timezone, and keyboard layout. Once you have downloaded the 1.4GB tarball for Exagear, extract it in your Raspberry Pi 2: 1 2 3 mkdir ~/exagear cd exagear tar -xvzpf exagear-desktop-rpi2.tar.gz.