Microsoft updates Windows 10 IoT Core

by August 9, 2016 0 comments

Windows 10 IoT Core is the version of Windows 10 intended for development of embedded or dedicated purpose devices and the choice for the Maker community. This package contains the bits and tools needed to install Windows 10 IoT Core on the MinnowBoard Max based on Intel Atom E38xx series SoC (also referred to as MBM board), the Raspberry PI2 based on the ARM Cortex-A7 based SoC (also referred to as the RPI) and the DragonBoard 410c based on the QualComm Snapdragon 400 series processor (also referred to as the Dragon).

“Windows 10 IoT Core brings the power of Windows to your device and makes it easy to integrate richer experiences with your devices such as natural user interfaces, searching, online storage and cloud-based services,” according to the company’s website.

What’s new in this build:

  • Updated OS files including core OS bug fixes.
  • Issues with Windows Device Portal/WEBB not showing apps, processes, and issues with Bluetooth pairing have been addressed.
  • Issues with speech recognition on the Raspberry Pi have been addressed.
  • Issues with the display on an MBM not displaying after a disconnect/reconnect event have been addressed.
  • An issue with passwords for default accounts resetting during updates when using the provided FFUs has been addressed.

The other features included in the update: the Windows IoT remote client; the ability to connect the IoT Core to the store to service apps; improved Azure IoT Hub connectivity; shell capabilities; Arduino INO integration;  IoTivity AllJoyn device system bridge; New stability improvements to the Windows 10 IoT Core secure shell (SSH) experience and Enhancements to the Windows Device Portal

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