Raspberry Pi 2 Windows 10 Install

Introduction: Raspberry Pi 2 Windows 10 Install

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HI, in this video i will be covering the installation of windows 10 (release) on raspberry pi 2. After installing windows 10, you will be presented with a minimal gui. In order to take advantage of the windows 10 IoT you would need to install visual studios and code projects with c# ( c sharp). thanks for the view!

windows 10 iot download
https://dev.windows.com/en-us/iot

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    7 Discussions

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    StéphaneR19
    StéphaneR19

    3 years ago

    Imcomplete: It's not Windows 10 install, it's Windows 10 IoT install. Modify your title. Windows 10 IoT is empty os For developpement, not the same has Windows 10.

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    novaspirittech
    novaspirittech

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    sorry no, B+ is arm6 while pi 2 is arm7. only support pi . hope this helps

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    thegrendel
    thegrendel

    4 years ago on Introduction

    What are the advantages to having an Win10 install on a Pi, versus a Linux install?

    Which OS has greater access to the Pi's hardware?

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    novaspirittech
    novaspirittech

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    its really comparing apples to oranges at this point. linux on pi is almost all in one OS where you can write and deploy code using just the PI. while windows 10 iot, you must use there visual studios and deploy to PI.. if your more a C# fan then windows 10 iot is great, but if your used to python, linux... i would say linux then.

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    KDaver
    KDaver

    4 years ago on Introduction

    very interesting.,.
    wondering if this ver would run Java scripts with in a firefox browser?