April 27, 2021 :

Microsoft, however, announced during its previous Build conference that it will offer a new Window Bridge operating system, called Windows 10 IoT Core, based on its Universal Windows Platform, that will bring all the new technologies, apps, and hardware onto a single version of Windows. Microsoft’s pitch is to make sure developers don’t have to reinvent the wheel, with Windows 10 IoT Core representing a simpler way to create and build apps that run on all the smart devices in the world.

Microsoft did not say what Windows 10 IoT Core means for consumers, but obviously it will require a hard disk drive for storing hardware data, similar to what Windows 10 Embedded does today.

You can view the Windows 10 OS in action here, or simply read Microsoft’s Windows 10 IoT Core announcement here.