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  1. Brink
    Brink New Member

    Microsoft brings Windows 10 to Makers


    Source: http://blogs.windows.com/buildingapp...-10-to-makers/

    :)
     
    Brink, Apr 29, 2015
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  2. Ernas LTU Win User

    Windows 10 and Windows Movie Maker

    I agree with you. I also used Windows Media Center and Windows Movie Maker all of my life and I love it. Microsoft Please bring it back to Windows 10!!!
     
    Ernas LTU, Apr 29, 2015
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  3. Stranger_Hanyo Win User
    Why is less apps in Windows Store?

    Use the Feedback Hub app on your phone and voice your suggestions there. Also, Microsoft is not responsible for bringing 3rd party apps on Windows Phones, ask the app maker to bring them on Windows.
     
    Stranger_Hanyo, Apr 29, 2015
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  4. alphanumeric New Member

    Microsoft brings Windows 10 to Makers

    Loaded it up on my Pi and had a quick look see. Not a whole lot to see, or do. The Default App loads and shows you your Device ID and IP address. There are only two buttons you can click, Settings gets you your WIFI/Internet settings and language region settings. That's it. And a power button to shut down or reboot. Mine just reboots though when I click shut down? To do anything else you have to remote in from a PC with Power Shell. I tried to follow their instructions but got errors in Power Shell and just gave up at that point. I may have another go at it today some time. Looks like all your programing is done via Visual Studio on a Windows 10 PC. You Pi ends up being a headless Internet appliance. Makes sense I guess, as that's what IoT is all about. I personally wouldn't call what's running on the Pi Windows 10 though. The Windows LOGO on boot up is the only similarity I see. Once you boot up there is no Start Menu or Start Screen. The Windows key on the keyboard does nothing. Your locked into that one default screen. Unless I'm missing something?
     
    alphanumeric, Apr 30, 2015
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