Lee compared the processing power of his Apple device to that of home computer storage in the '90s, and explained how he managed to achieve the hack.
"Long story short, it's possible to patch certain files within a WatchKit app to load your own application code rather than Apple's," he explained.
With a 520 MHz processor, 512 MB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage, the power of the Apple Watch far outweighs the power of a '90s computer, which could have up to 500MB of internal storage.
However, like on '90s computers, the Windows software takes forever to load on the smart watch, rendering it pretty useless by today's standards.
Thank goodness tech has advanced so rapidly.
Still, it does look pretty cool.