Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 23rd Mar 2015 19:56 UTC

Microsoft is now allowing developers to create apps for Windows 10. While the software maker is planning to release its operating system some time in the summer, developers can start getting used to the available tools today. Windows 10's apps will run across a variety of devices, including the Xbox One, PCs, phones, and tablets. This initial SDK preview will let developers tweak their apps to work across varying screen sizes and optimize them for both touch and mouse/keyboard usage.

You can now create a single application binary that will run on Xbox One, PCs, phones, tablets, and embedded stuff. It took them a long, long time, but it seem like they're finally making good on their promises. There's more information, too.

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Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi
by majorhabib on Wed 25th Mar 2015 07:17 UTC
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Microsoft promised that they will release Windows 10 for devices.

I was hoping that Microsoft will have Raspberry Pi support by this release but it seems that this is not going to be any soon ;)

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