I purchased a new board to experiment with, it's called a LattePanda.
Currently, I'm running windows 10 64-bit on it. I purchased the 4G-64G version and the 7-inch display.
It runs at about 1.2A at 5V and I added heat sinks and 2 fans (one top, one bottom) so it stays nice and cool.
The cool thing about this board is that it has an atmel ATmega32 on board with the Arduino bootloader installed.
You can write code with the Arduino GUI or Windows Visual Studio and execute it to control the ATmega32 GPIO.
All the documentation is here:
I've got a lot of DAC software that won't run on Linux that I'm planning to test on this board. I hope it stays in production for a while.
I'm glad to announce that I have LabVIEW working on LattePanda.
To do this, I upgraded the OS to Win10 Pro, and installed DAQmx and NI-MAX 17.0 with LabVIEW 2016 64-bit.
I used the 2017 instrument drivers loaded on a mini SD card.
LabVIEW 2017 64-bit (or 32-bit) would not install without errors.
The example above is taking data from a NI USB-6009 at 1khz.
The OS + NI software uses 26GB of the 64GB on board.