Microsoft Launches system Windows 10 IoT Core devices “Internet of Things”




Microsoft announced on Monday the launch of special devices that fall under the “Internet of Things” Internet of Things, the new operating system from Windows 10 concept of the final version, in a move that enhances the company’s argument that “Windows 10 will be the operator of the various types of devices the system.”

She explained Microsoft that “Windows 10 any or T-Core” Windows 10 IoT Core will work on mini-computers, such as “Rabzubiri Bay 2” Raspberry Pi 2, and “Menoburd Max” Minnoboard Max, and can work on devices regardless of whether they own screen Show.

She said she lightweight version of the Windows 10 operating system, so they do not support interfaces based on windows or desktop applications, since developers have to develop applications from the category of “universal application” Universal Apps that work facade work for the user.

Microsoft had launched a preview version of the system Windows 10 IoT Core through its Developers Build conference in May / May last, not much different from the final version, which is characterized by that it has become supports wireless networks “Wi-Fi” technology Bluetooth, which helps to connect them to the Internet .

Other improvements include better support for my programming, “Python” Python, and “Nod.jay feed” Node.js, also includes a new programming interfaces APIs applications to Universal Windows platform running Windows 10 applications.

Microsoft said that Windows 10 IoT Core is designed to support low hardware specifications and to facilitate the construction of professional devices, and works with a variety of open source languages.

Observers believe that the company is trying hard to make the Windows 10 operating for all types of devices connected to the Internet system.

Users can download the devices connected to the Internet operating system Windows 10 IoT Core from the site of the company.


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