If any of you folks have a Surface you might like this. Some of the people over at XDA have been hard at work exploiting a vulnerability in Windows 8 Signing. They haven't even able to modify the Windows RT image as the UEFI bootloader stops a modified unsigned installation of Windows from booting on the Surface. However a clever individual named clokr has figured out where this information resides in memory and you can edit it from there. Problem is after a reboot you have to do it again. So a user by the name of Netham45 has created a batch file that you run and it does it all for you. Last piece of the puzzle is running the source code of the program you want through a recompiler and compiling it for ARM processors. Luckily the people at XDA are hard at work recompiling popular apps. Here is a link to the exploit. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2092158 Here is a link to a list of recompiled apps with any bugs they will have. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2092348 So far the app list is fairly meager but a VNC client and BOCHS (A DOS Emulator) have been done so far. This is getting fairly exciting. I have done it on mine and it is really easy. You hit yes to install a developer license and then after it does its thing you hit Volume Down to find the entry in memory and it finishes out. From that point on you can run recompiled x86 applications.