Yes definitely. Dynamic RAM was introduced first time in 1973. As far as I know all regular computers running Windows in normal business and private operations utilize DRAM of some sort as their normal "main memory". DRAM has yet to be replaced as the dominant "main memory". CPU caches and other more specialized use cases might use static RAM for speed and or power consumption purposes - but the costs are much higher.
If any computer used static RAM as main memory it wouldn't matter to the operating system or the applications and programs running anyway.