Windows 10 IoT Core

The operating system built for the Internet of Things.

Discover the features and functionality that Windows 10 IoT Core provides. It’s ease of Windows combined with the power of IoT.

Adafruit has created a Starter Pack for Windows 10 IoT Core. The pack includes compatible components, sensors, and parts that you can use to start making exciting projects.

Rapidly prototype and build your Windows IoT solutions on a variety of devices running Windows 10 IoT Core. Windows 10 gives you powerful tools that let you develop fast and deploy to your device.

Connect with other makers to share code and make contributions through GitHub. Join the community to see what others are building and influence future releases of the SDK.

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By Windows IoT

Use a PID controller to monitor a wheel's speed and consistently reach the desired RPM on the new Raspberry Pi 3.

By Windows IoT

Create a simple internet connected application to query the status of a web API and use that information to toggle an LED.

By Windows IoT

Create a weather station that uses the new Device APIs in Windows 10 to harness power of Windows while interacting with the real world via sensors and actuators.

By Windows IoT

Build a wheeled robot using a robot kit, and then connect a USB joystick to control its movement using your Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 board running Windows.

Raspberry Pi 3 now available

Get your hands on the new Raspberry Pi 3 board with Windows 10 IoT Core, now publicly available. We've released the public version as part of both the NOOBS installer and on the IoT Dashboard.


Windows on Devices
  • Raspberry Pi 3 announce
    Feb 29 2016 - London
  • Raspberry Pi 3 Birthday
    Mar 07 2016 - London
  • Mar 30 2016 - San Francisco

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Download Windows 10 & tools

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Visit the Project gallery

Browse through popular projects, specific categories, or all available projects for your Windows IoT device.

Develop Windows 10 drivers for your hardware

Find what you need to build, test, certify, and deploy drivers for Windows hardware on the Windows Hardware center.

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