Ryan McDonough

Founder, Sometime Artist

CFO and co-founder @Accompany, acquired by @Cisco. Turnaround CFO @Ning, sold to Glam Media. Former seed VC. McKinsey trained. @Wharton School and @Haas School of Business.



WinBerry 95

This little 8” 4:3 aspect ratio computer rocks a retro Windows theme on a 8GB Raspberry Pi 4B, complete with RetroPie gaming & (of course) my System 7.5 Mac set up for a true hackintosh experience.
WinBerry 95

Relive 1990s Windows Glory in this Minimal Package. After building my LEGO Mini Mac, I knew I needed to show my PC friends some love with the WinBerry 95. The monitor houses the Raspberry Pi, speakers, display & control. Base contains the USB power brick and high-speed USB hub.


TwisterOS with Windows 95 Theme: Bringing the Best of Both Worlds. To bridge the gap between the past and the present, the WinBerry 95 runs on TwisterOS, a 32-bit system for Raspberry Pi. This OS is compatible with the 32-bit System 7.5.5 emulator and comes pre-installed with RetroPie, along with countless other improvements, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable user experience.


For the System 7.5 emulator, I’m running the Arm compiled version of Mini vMac. Separately, you’ll need to find a source for both your ROM and boot disk. I found this tutorial from the Macintosh Librarian to be super helpful (view on YouTube) for figuring out the software side of things. As you can see from the photo, the total memory is a bit larger than the original Macintosh (64x with a 1.1GB boot disk).

Mac System 7.5.5. Emulator: Gryphel Project’s Mini VMac 
Retro Gaming: RetroPie Manual Install (link)
App Store: Pi Apps followed by Installing ‘Mac OS Theme’