A new build of Windows 10 IoT is out for Insiders. This time it is Build 17134 from the upcoming "Redstone 4" branch, also known as "Spring Creators Update". It comes with bugfixes only, and doesn't include any new feature.
Windows IoT Core is a version of Windows 10 that is optimized for smaller devices with or without a display that run on both ARM and x86/x64 devices. It is the OS that enables building low cost, small footprint devices that support Universal Apps. Windows 10 IoT offers two editions - Windows 10 IoT Core and Windows 10 IoT Enterprise - that allow the flexibility in choosing the right specifications for the devices that you want to build, whether they're headless, ARM-based devices or powerful, Win32-driven devices.
Minimum hardware requirements for the OS look as follows:
- 86/x64 processor/SoC:
- 400 MHz or faster.
- Compatible with the x86 or x64 instruction set.
- Supports PAE, NX and SSE2.
- Supports CMPXCHG16b, LAHF/SAHF, and PrefetchW for 64-bit OS installation
- ARM SoCs:
- Compatible with the ARMv7 instruction set
The new build of Windows IoT feature the following changes.
New this build:
- General bug fixes
- F5 driver deployment from Visual Studio does not work on IoT Core.
- Unable to deploy Node.js sample in 64-bit.
Source: MSDN forums.
Winaero greatly relies on your support. You can help the site keep bringing you interesting and useful content and software by using these options:
If you like this article, please share it using the buttons below. It won't take a lot from you, but it will help us grow. Thanks for your support!