Microsoft Unveils Windows 10 IoT Core, a Light Version Windows 10 OS for IoT


AMSTERDAM: Microsoft has introduced its Windows 10 IoT Core, a light version of the Windows 10 operating system for the Internet of Things.

According to The Next Web, 10 IoT Core will run the Raspberry Pi 2 and Minnowboard Max and can work on devices regardless of whether they have a display.

It is a light version of the Windows 10, so there is no Windowed interface or desktop experience. So instead developers must create a universal app that functions as the interface for the user’s device.

Windows 10 IoT Core have been significantly upgraded since its first preview release in May, which includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, which now work and help keeping the devices connected to the Web.



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