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What’s new for Windows 10 IoT Core

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  • IoT Core is now officially released for the Raspberry Pi 3 to the public.
  • What’s new for Windows 10 IoT Core – Support for Intel® Joule™
  • Adafruit has updated their starter pack to now include Raspberry Pi 3 and Windows 10 IoT Core.
  • Windows just keeps getting better.
  • IoT Core Default app – added an on device command line

Raspberry Pi 3, performance improvements, DMAP and more

@Ronald_vanLoon: What’s new for Windows 10 IoT Core | #IoT #Software #RT

Windows just keeps getting better. During Intel’s Developer Forum, Intel’s CEO announced a new innovator platform, Intel Joule, with support for Windows 10 IoT Core. Combined with the power of the Universal Windows Platform, Visual Studio, and Azure IoT, the Intel® Joule™ module is exceptionally well suited to help developers and entrepreneurs go from concept to prototype to production in a fraction of the time of traditional system development. Please come back soon to Get Started with Windows 10 IoT Core.

One year after the official release of Windows 10 IoT Core comes the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Huge improvements have been made to performance, app support, the installation experience… plus lots of new features. Download the Windows 10 IoT Core Dashboard and take a look for yourself!

IoT Core is now officially released for the Raspberry Pi 3 to the public.

Easy set up with a new getting started experience

Functional parity with RPi2, including Windows as a service updating and flighting model and a single FFU for RPi2 and RPi3

The new Microsoft IoT Grove Kit is an easy to use solution for Makers, as well as a powerful prototyping platform for IoT Startups and Enterprise Innovators. You can pre-order today at Seeed Studio Bazaar and Digi-Key.

Adafruit has updated their starter pack to now include Raspberry Pi 3 and Windows 10 IoT Core.

Windows IoT Remote Client – remote into your IoT device to control and view what is displayed on your IoT device from your desktop or phone

NOOBS – 8GB cards now supported

Updated samples page – new tagging system to sort through different samples

New getting started flow

IoT Core Default app – added an on device command line

Blockly – now available in the IoT Dashboard as sample using node.js and sense hat

PID wheel demo – monitor a wheel’s speed and consistently reach the desired RPM under any friction level

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What’s new for Windows 10 IoT Core