Windows 10: Hello, Windows 10 IoT Core

Discus and support Hello, Windows 10 IoT Core in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; Greetings, Makers! We are excited to announce the public release of Windows 10 IoT Core for the Raspberry Pi 2 and the MinnowBoard Max. Visit the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by Brink, Aug 9, 2015.

  1. Brink
    Brink New Member

    Hello, Windows 10 IoT Core


    Source: Hello, Windows 10 IoT Core | Building Apps for Windows

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    Brink, Aug 9, 2015
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  2. Sangeeta Sarkar Win User

    Does the Windows 10 IoT version use the Windows 7 Backup & Restore?

    Hello Lewishilary,

    We understand that your would like to know about the Windows 10 IoT version back up and restore system.

    Currently we do not have much information on this. To know more on
    Windows 10 IoT Core support for Raspberry Pi 3
    follow the blog.

    Thank you.
     
    Sangeeta Sarkar, Aug 9, 2015
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  3. Andre Da Costa Win User
    Is windows 10 IoT free ?

    Its free for certain types of hardware, example: Windows 10 IoT Core for the Raspberry PI.

    Also, you need to download the right edition for the developer board you own. Learn more:

    Downloads | Windows 10 IoT Core for Raspberry Pi 2 / 3 | IoT Core Dashboard | Windows IoT

    IoT Core ISO

    Windows 10 IoT Core for Raspberry Pi 2 & 3

    Download Windows 10 IoT Core Creators Update ISO for Raspberry Pi 2 & 3.

    Download
    Windows 10 IoT Core for Dragonboard 410c

    Download Windows 10 IoT Core Creators Update ISO for Dragonboard 410c board.

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    Windows 10 IoT Core for MinnowBoard MAX

    Download Windows 10 IoT Core Creators Update ISO for MinnowBoard MAX

    Download
     
    Andre Da Costa, Aug 9, 2015
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  4. alphanumeric New Member

    Hello, Windows 10 IoT Core

    Hmm, do I really want to try this again? Was not impressed last time around. I'll have to give this some thought. Thanks for the info though.
     
    alphanumeric, Aug 10, 2015
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  5. alphanumeric New Member
    They made flashing the image to your Micro SD card a lot easier. There is a IoTCoreImageHelper to flash the image to the card. Takes a long time for first boot up to the status screen. They added some tutorials viewable on the Pi, nice touch. Still looks to be very limited in what you can do. I have the IoT Core watcher running and see my Pi. Just have to remember what the default password etc is to log in? Might have to Google it? Can't seem to find it on the Microsoft page?

    EDIT: Managed to remote in. Got a menu to install Apps, and check performance, look at running services. A sort of control panel I guess. Still isn't a whole IoT I can do with it. Doesn't seem to want to shut down properly either. That's been an issue with every release I've tried. I'll have to go pull the power cord out.
     
    alphanumeric, Aug 10, 2015
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  6. caperjack Win User
    still Greek to me ,,,, I will not try it again *Drink1
     
    caperjack, Aug 10, 2015
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  7. alphanumeric New Member
    Yeah, means learning Visual Studio and creating your own Apps. Or something like that. As is, you can't do much. It is easier to get booted up and running though. I didn't have to touch powershell, not yet anyway. I may have to to change the default password. Why you can't do that through the on screen GUI I don't know? Having to use powershell to do it seems lame to me. Takes a really long time to boot up the first time. I actually thought it wasn't going to and pressed the reset button. Walked away for a while and came back to find it loading. I may redo my SD card to see if that's why mine won't shut down correctly. I've had that issue in the past so I'm not optimistic but I have one more go at it. All it takes is an SD card swap to go back to KODI so no big deal.
     
    alphanumeric, Aug 10, 2015
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  8. alphanumeric New Member

    Hello, Windows 10 IoT Core

    Redid my SD card, this time using my MSDN download. Same deal, takes forever to boot up the first time and won't shut down properly. I end up with the RED LED on and the Green LED blinking 7 times, over and over again. I have to kill the power to shut it down totally. It's better, but IMHO, it has a long way to go. I'm not sure why they call it Windows 10 IoT Core. The only thing there that even remotely looks like Windows 10 is the boot logo and the spinning balls animation. After that it bears absolutely no resemblance to Windows 10?
     
    alphanumeric, Aug 10, 2015
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  9. caperjack Win User
    caperjack, Aug 10, 2015
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  10. alphanumeric New Member
    If you mount the ISO, then run the one file that shows up, it installs two Apps. One lets you image your SD card, the other lets you connect remotely. Once all booted up, I clicked the power Icon in the top right corner and selected shut down. It just never fully shuts down. I did this locally with the keyboard mouse connected directly to the Pi. It's the little keyboard with the touch pad in center like you have. It hangs at some point, my TV usually says no signal when the Pi shuts down. In this case it doesn't, it just shows a blank background.
     
    alphanumeric, Apr 4, 2018
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