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Microsoft Releases Windows 10 IoT Core For Small, Embedded Devices

Aug 12

An anonymous reader writes: One of the more interesting aspects of Microsoft’s Windows 10 push is their desire to see it running on hobbyist hardware platforms. Today they released Windows 10 IoT Core for the Raspberry Pi 2 and the MinnowBoard Max. They say, “Windows 10 IoT Core is a new edition for Windows targeted towards small, embedded devices that may or may not have screens. For devices with screens, Windows 10 IoT Core does not have a Windows shell experience; instead you can write a Universal Windows app that is the interface and “personality” for your device.” Microsoft has posted a list of release notes for this version, calling out improved support for Python and Node.js, significantly improved GPIO performance, and more electronics support for breakout boards. Under a heading cheekily named ‘Developers, Developer, Developers,’ they lay out their plan for language support and provide a code sample.


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