This question is off topic, there wasn't a field for Software support.
Any ways, ReactOS is an open-source OS that is based off an NT kernel, so it can run Windows based programs. However, lots of Intel (and many other) drivers don't work. Either the driver refuses to install, doesn't install correctly, or crashes and destroys the OS. While this could be because the OS is in alpha mode, I suspect that it could be because Intel never designed exe files with ReactOS in mind. I really hope Intel takes this seriously and will actually help out. Better driver support leads to more OS users.
Thank you for responding! This isn't for one specific product drivers. Rather, it's a combination of Graphics, Ethernet, WI-FI, USB, Firmware drivers, and the list goes on. Since there wasn't a topic group that I could find for drivers and software support, I tried to put it here. If you know where to move this to, that would much appreciated!
Thanks again for responding, much appreciated! So, I can't give you a list of the hardware that 4000+ users have, but I can give you mine.
CPU: I7 3770
GPU: Integrated(After installing the driver, the OS never works again) + Radeon RX 560(I've also reached out to AMD for better drover support as well)
RAM: 12GB DDR3
HDD: WD Blue 1TB
LAN: Intel 1 Gigabit (Install doesn't install it correctly, but it's a pain in the butt)
No, it is not a NUC, but, once again, I can't speak for the 4000+ others.