Raspberry Pi is usually the first option to consider when we talk about single board computers in robotics and automation. However, this development board is focused on supporting a variety of operating systems including Linux distributions and the Windows 10 IoT Core. For instance, if you plan to run the Windows 10 IoT Core, the operating system is not always intuitive, and you need good support for an efficient use of the operating system.
However, you don’t need to search through thousands Windows 10 features and extension to solve every Raspberry Pi problem. You can search through professional tutorials which provide excellent information, and of course, can save you a lot of time.
The Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3 are our two pieces of exciting projects with Windows 10. Despite the Raspberry Pi 2, the Raspberry Pi 3 has built-in Wireless and Bluetooth LE, which make easier to connect the board to the Internet. In addition, the Windows 10 IoT Core adds support for the official Raspberry Pi Wi-Fi dongle and other common Wi-Fi dongles.
Eleven months ago we had presented a hand-picked collection of Raspberry Pi 2 OS selection for designers and developers. Now it’s time for a fresh list of Windows 10 learning tutorials. This article provides professional Windows 10 tutorials aiming to help you get Windows IoT Core skills quickly and improve the quality of your applications.
In this Instructables tutorial, you’ll find how to install Windows 10 on your Raspberry Pi 2. All these steps are also valid for the new Raspberry Pi 3.
This is how to manually update the Windows 10 IoT Core.
Do you know how to connect to your Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 using the SSH network protocol? This tutorial reveals the steps to connect at your Pi through several operating systems including Linux, Windows, and Android.
If you use C# as your main programming language, this is how to make a connection between Raspberry Pi 2 with Windows 10 IoT to a PC.
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Even if you’re using the Raspberry Pi 2 or Raspberry Pi 3 with sensors, this tutorial show you how to use the FEZ HAT board with Windows 10 running on the development board.
This is how to measure the temperature using the Raspberry Pi 2 and Windows 10 IoT Core.
Do you know how to read analog data through ADC over SPI on Raspberry Pi? This tutorial shows you how to use the Microchip MCP3008 to read analog data from two proximity sensors.
These are the steps and code to control remotely an electric device using the Raspberry Pi board and Windows 10 IoT Core.
Build your first “Hello World!” application with Windows 10 and Raspberry Pi.
This tutorial shows you how to build an application to display a countdown for your next bus.
This is how to measure the light intensity in your room and output data to a web API.
If you want to build mobile and desktop web applications, the Angular framework is a good start. In this tutorial, John Deutscher shows you how to build an application for Windows 10 IoT Core.
Do you want to build your own voice-enabled coffee maker? This is how to build them.
This is how to build a plotter with Windows 10 IoT Core and Raspberry Pi.