Some handy information to help you get to grips with Windows 10 IoT Core

The public release of Windows 10 IoT Core for the Raspberry Pi 2 and the MinnowBoard Max was announced in August earlier this year. Built with developers in mind, IoT Core may be small, but it packs a punch.

Designed to make it easy to build at professional level, the Windows 10 IoT Core is for small, embedded devices. This edition of Windows doesn’t feature a Windows shell experience, but for devices with screens you can write a Universal Windows app which allows you to include your own UI design. The device will then boot straight into the desired app.

There is support (including full tools, debugging, and project systems) for C++, C#, JS and VB, Node.js and Python, giving developers the freedom to code the way they want to. A range of UI frameworks are available allowing for a completely personalized device experience. Makers will also be pleased to hear that support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity is now available.

Windows 10 IoT Core allows developers to reuse existing development skills; Apps built for the Universal Windows Platform scale to all Windows 10 editions across different screen sizes to help cut down on the workload.

Windows 10 IoT Core not only provides freedom to create; it also helps with peace of mind. IoT Core offers Windows grade security for small devices and support for the Trusted Platform Module.

To find out more about Windows 10 IoT Core visit the website, take a look at the data-sheet or check out the full list of new features and improvements

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