I asked this on AskUbuntu, but they said it was 'off-topic' and to post it on a list of other forums (including this one), so:
In theory, it is possible to install Windows on a Chromebook. To do so, one either needs usb peripherals or the proprietary drivers to use the keyboard and touchpad. Unfortunately, Google has not released them to the public and probably won't in the foreseeable future. So, in place of that, I want to take the drivers that allow them to function in linux (Ubuntu) and use them with windows. Yes, I know Windows and Linux are two COMPLETELY different kernels, but I've found sources stating that it is possible to load the kernels. I ask that if anyone knows anything about this, please help me make this happen. It's been done on a few 'beefy' Chromebooks in the past, but never in a method that would allow ALL Chromebooks to load the operating system.
Keep in mind, I want to expand compatibility, not be limited to what's already been done.