Today Microsoft issued out a quick update for their Windows 10 IoT. As we learned from Bryan Roper’s awesome demo at CES 2016, Internet of Things or IoT for Windows 10 brings in many scenarios with communicating with various pieces of technology. With this category increasing with new markets such as smart home appliances, Microsoft is staying ahead of the curve by keeping its Windows 10 IoT service updated to tackle these newfound technology environments.
Today’s Windows 10 IoT Core, Build 10586.63, will automativcally install on core devices. The new updates and enhancements to existing functions are:
- Improvements to stability for the Windows 10 IoT Core secure shell (SSH) experience
- Enhancements to the Windows Device Portal
As we get more and more information regarding Windows 10 IoT, its integration with technology, applications, services and Windows 10 being universal, we should see a steady increase in devices and updates in the near future utilizing this technology. Join in the coversation today over at the Microsoft IoT GitHub community, or provide Microsoft with some valuable input at the Windows Feedback forum.
Further reading: Microsoft, Windows, Windows 10, Windows 10 IoT