The Media Creation Tool allows you to download Windows 10, and create your own installation media using either a USB flash drive or a DVD. This installation media can then be used to upgrade your existing Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 computers to Windows 10, or perform a clean installation of Windows 10.
Visual Studio 2015 is a rich, integrated development environment for creating applications for Windows, Android, iOS, and IoT Core devices, as well as modern web applications and cloud services.
This post describes in detail how to download and install Visual Studio 2015 for use in your environment, the features available, and the advanced options for installation.
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This post provides instructions on how to perform a clean install of Windows 10, and covers installation from local media, such as USB/DVD Media, or deployment over the network using Windows Deployment Services.
This article explains how to use the official Microsoft Windows USB/DVD Download Tool to create a bootable USB device for installing Windows on your computer.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the inter-networking of embedded electronic devices, with sensors and/or actuators, that exchange information to achieve a greater value or service. These devices are expected to led to a massive growth in automation development and use across all fields.
Microsoft is encouraging developers to join its’ Internet of Things (IoT) community with their new free Windows 10 IoT Core operating system, available for several embedded platforms including the Raspberry Pi 2.
This post is based on the Windows 10 IoT Core for Raspberry Pi 2 Insider Preview Build released 12/05/2015.
This post is a complete and comprehensive guide to installing and configuring Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, and covers installation from local media, such as DVD or USB, and deployment over the network using Windows Deployment Services.
The instructions in this post can be used with the Evaluation, Volume License and Retail releases of the installation media, and includes separate sections on Server Core and Server with GUI installation types.
Although these instructions are written specifically for Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard and Datacenter editions, they are also suitable for the Foundation, Essentials, and Hyper-V editions with just minor variations.