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There are several ways to get Windows 10 IoT Core onto your device. Select one of the following to continue:
Many boards run Windows 10 IoT Core. Compare the features to understand which board meets your needs.
Put a display on any displayless device with this new technology. Latest Insider builds of Windows 10 IoT Core support this new remote display experience, which allows users to view and control their IoT Core UWP applications from any Windows 10 desktop PC, tablet, or phone.
The technology also enables users to use sensor data from any of their Windows 10 devices to control their IoT Core applications. This remote sensor capability allows you to expand your IoT projects to an entire ecosystem of Windows 10 devices.
This feature is included out-of-box and is easy to get started with. Learn how to remote into your Windows 10 IoT Core device.
Arduino and Windows 10 work together to help you make amazing projects - get started by clicking one of the links below. Our technologies support the Arduino Uno and Mega, as well as the new Arduino 101.
To enable the use of existing Arduino Wiring sketches on IoT Core devices, a project template for Arduino Wiring can now be used in Visual Studio. These projects make use of a direct memory mapped driver that offers high performance. Additionally, based on the same driver, a set of controller providers can be used in UWP apps to access GPIO, I2C and SPI controllers that offer high performance.
Windows Virtual Shields for Arduino is an open-source library primarily for the Arduino UNO which communicates with an open-source Universal Windows application running on all Windows 10 devices, including Windows Lumia phones. The library exposes Lumia phones' sensors and capabilities to the an Arduino Wiring Sketch.