Microsoft Releases a Slimmed Down Windows 10 for the Internet of Things

Angela guess | March 1, 2016

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Stacey Higginbotham reports for Fortune, “Well, hell has frozen over for the Wintel franchise because with Windows 10 IoT Core, Microsoft has publicly released a version of the iconic Windows software that runs on an ARM processor that isn’t designed for a smartphone. Nope, this software, first announced in February and publicly released on Monday, is designed to run on Raspberry Pi 2 boards and Arduinos, the low-power computers that hobbyists use to build and prototype connected devices.

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