The beauty of Windows 10 it runs on your Raspberry PI 2 as well as on your computer/laptop. An Universal Windows App for your laptop with Windows will run without many changes on a Raspberry PI 2. It is fairly easy. In Visual Studio make an Universal Windows App. Press F5 to run the app locally and test it. That takes a while, but it will run as expected. To run the same app on the Raspberry PI you need to follow some steps. Your computer is a x86/x64 solution Platform device. A Raspberry PI is based on ARM technology … Continue reading Windows 10 on Raspberry PI 2
If you are the proud owner of a Xbox One and your PC is updated to Windows 10, than this is one of the new possibilities. In the start menu there is a new tile called Xbox. If you click on this, you log in with your Xbox account (which is your Microsoft Account). In the app you see your status, your friends, your achievements etc, just as you would on your Xbox One. But if you click here, you will see all Xbox One’s in your network. You can even turn on your Xbox One remotely. After selecting the … Continue reading Windows10: XBox ONE streaming
With Windows 10 a new way of logging in is added. With Windows 8 you could login with your Microsoft Account, a PIN code or(especially handy for Tablets) a Picture password. With a fingerprint reader you also could login with your fingerprint. Now there is also logging in with you face added. You need a Real Sense camera for this. There are already some laptops available with this camera build in. It should be possible later to login with a Kinect Sensor v2. In this small (Dutch) movie a small impression. Cool he!