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What's cool in Windows 10

Make your apps more personal, natural, and intuitive with the Windows 10 April 2018 Update

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Windows ML

Integrate machine learning models into your apps with Windows ML. Use automatic code generation and new APIs for hardware accelerated, local evaluation of trained models on your Windows 10 devices.

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Fluent Design System

Improve the appearance of your apps with Fluent Design System. Use new APIs and enhanced XAML controls to incorporate depth, perspective, and movement into your app.

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Tree view

The Tree view control lets you create a list with expanding nodes that contain nested items.

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Content links

Use content links to embed rich data in your text controls, giving your users more information without leaving the context of your app.

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Pull to refresh

Make it easy for your users to retrieve more data with the Pull to refresh control.

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Device cloud

User activities and timeline

Build task-centered experiences that span across devices and platforms with Project Rome. SDKs for Android and iOS, and the power of Microsoft Graph, let you create apps that work seamlessly on all of your users’ devices.

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Windows Mixed Reality

Windows Mixed Reality unlocks new experiences that merge the physical and virtual worlds. Design immersive apps for users with Microsoft HoloLens or headsets from leading device makers.

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Headsets

Choose a headset

A variety of immersive headsets and motion controllers are available for Windows Mixed Reality.

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Use the simulator

Use the Windows Mixed Reality simulator to test apps on your desktop PC without an immersive headset.

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Enthusiast’s guide

Interested in Windows Mixed Reality? The Enthusiast’s guide provides an FAQ and setup instructions.

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Progressive Web Apps

Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) can now be installed across the entire UWP device family, with full access to Windows 10 features and offline support. Enhance your web apps with native APIs while still providing a great experience on devices that don’t support PWA technologies.

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PWA features

Enhance your web apps to provide push notifications, offline support, and OS integration.

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Get started with PWAs

Install your web app across the entire UWP device family and distribute it from the Microsoft Store.

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Dev Guide

Find out about the other new features and APIs from the current release of the Microsoft Edge platform.

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Windows Ink

Provide users with a natural way to create digital handwritten notes, drawings, and annotations by using the Windows Ink platform. Whether from a pen, a mouse, or touch, you can capture and manage ink strokes in any UWP app.

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Add Ink

Learn how to create a basic UWP app that supports writing and drawing with Windows Ink.

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Ink Analysis

Classify, analyze, and recognize Windows Ink strokes as text and shapes.

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Optimize Ink

Use modeling APIs for Windows Ink to configure how ink is rendered or transformed in your app.

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.NET Standard 2.0

Share more code between UWP, Android, iOS, ASP.NET, Windows Forms, and WPF applications by using .NET Standard 2.0 class libraries.

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Windows Subsystem for Linux

Enjoy a familiar developer environment with Windows Subsystem for Linux.

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Visual Studio 2017

Visual Studio is faster, more responsive, and more productive than ever.

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Bring your app to Windows 10

Wherever your code was born, you can bring it to Windows 10 and add modern features.

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Stay up to date

See what's coming in the future of Windows 10 with the Windows Insider Program