We’ve spoken to thousands of you around the world at both commercial IoT events and Maker Faires and in many of these conversations, you have asked for better ways to get started – how to find the quickest path to device experimentation using Windows 10 and Azure. New IoT starter kits are now available to help you get started.
Topics: This December’s events will consist of talks and presentations by Microsoft Windows and Devices executives and experts who will explain in detail our vision and plans. Attendees will gain an understanding of what’s next for Windows 10 and of directional guidance for building PCs optimized for a variety of Windows Holographic HMDs and content.
Target Audience: Hardware ecosystem
One of the top issues reported in Update 2 was around high memory consumption. We addressed this issue in Update 3 RC, reached out to customers who had reported this issue, and received positive confirmation on the fix. In Update 3 you will see many such fixes addressing customer feedback around performance and stability.
Hardware development kits are now available to Windows Insiders. Join the Windows Insider Program to get the latest Windows Driver Kit (WDK), Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK), and Hardware Lab Kit (HLK).
HP Inc. has unveiled an updated lineup of Windows 10 PCs for the holiday season, including new Windows 10 laptops, an all-in-one and a 4K display. With these new devices, you can draw and markup webpages in Microsoft Edge, talk to your own personal digital assistant in Cortana and enjoy their overall design, quality and performance, whether you’re at home or on-the-go.
Learn how to implement and validate an integrated Windows pen device, for Windows 10 operating systems.
Learn more about the 3D printing SDK, APIs, apps, and hardware partners that make 3D scanning and printing possible with Windows 10.
Learn about the hardware requirements for biometric equipment, such as IR camera and fingerprint readers in order to support Windows Hello.