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    Microsoft's Windows 10 for IoT: What to expect


    Read more: http://www.zdnet.com/article/microso...hat-to-expect/
     
    Brink, Feb 1, 2015
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  2. Very interesting reading. I'm looking forward to seeing what 10 looks like on the new Pi 2.

    :)
     
    alphanumeric, Feb 2, 2015
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  3. Best license option for Windows 10 single-purpose device

    Windows 10 IoT for Industry Devices is what you need:

    Windows 10 IoT

    • Windows 10 IoT for industry devices

      Desktop Shell, Win32 apps, Universal Apps and Drivers

      1 GB, 16 GB Storage

      x86
    • Windows 10 IoT for mobile devices

      Modern Shell, Universal Apps and Drivers

      512 MB RAM, 4 GB Storage

      ARM
    • Windows 10 IoT for small devices

      No Shell, Universal Apps and drivers

      256 MB RAM, 2GB storage

      x86 or ARM
    Source:
    http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/03/18/windows-10-iot-powering-the-internet-of-things/
     
    Andre Da Costa, Feb 2, 2015
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  4. Microsoft's Windows 10 for IoT: What to expect

    Want to install Windows 10 IoT core on Raspberry Pi but the installer says that I need Windows 10 to use this software

    Hello there

    I just downloaded windows 10 iot dashboard and I did all the setup but its giving me error saying that can't unpack windows 10 iot files what going on with it
     
    Digital404, Feb 2, 2015
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