basicly, a lot of developers need to use Ubuntu or MacOS. a lot of opensource software don't have makefile for Windows at all.
This section describes how to set up your local work environment to build the Android source files. You must use Linux or macOS; building under Windows is not currently supported.
For a while now, if you had a Windows PC, you could use a locally installed NVIDIA GPU for deep learning tasks as cuda drivers are now available for windows.
However, this was suboptimal in a few ways. Most code is tested and developed on linux builds, and in some cases python libraries operate differently in windows than in OSX. I have run into this multiple times with the multiprocessing library for example. This has meant that it’s usually still easier to develop deep learning on a linux build if you can.
However, now, for windows PC users with NVIDIA graphics cards installed, there is now an even better solution! You can run windows, start Ubuntu as a virtual machine inside your Windows environment, and… make the Ubuntu virtual machine use your NVIDIA GPU for deep learning! Incredible!
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