The New Always Connected PCs

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Windows 10 Running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor

See a preview of Windows 10 (Enterprise edition) running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor, complete with x86 Win32 and UWP apps such as Adobe PhotoShop, Microsoft Office and popular Windows 10 games and videos.

Six things you need to know about Windows 10 S

Today we're sharing six things you need to know about the newly released, Windows 10 S. Currently available through the purchase of Surface Laptop and expanding to more devices later this year.

Create Movies with Microsoft Photos

Microsoft Photos automatically brings together photos and videos taken with your iPhone or Android phone into a video with a soundtrack, theme, and cinematic transitions.* Enjoy and share as-is, remix it with just a click, or edit it yourself, adding 3D objects, drawing with Windows Ink**, and choosing a hero for your story. If you liked making videos with Movie Maker, you will love what you can do with Photos. Audio description available here:

Building a pet recognition door Using Windows 10 IoT Core

With Windows 10 IoT Core, you can build devices to power your purrrrfect world. Build a Pet Recognition Door by connecting a webcam, infrared motion sensor, servo motors, and OpenCV facial recognition on a Minnowboard Max running Windows IoT Core. This Pet Recognition Door will let your pet come and go, while keeping unwelcome critters from paying you an unexpected visit.  Are you feline ready to start creating? Check out the project at: To learn more about Windows 10 IoT Core, go to:

Sets in Windows 10

This is an early look at a new Windows 10 feature currently in development that we're calling Sets. With Sets what goes together, stays together, making it easier to get back to what you were doing.

Amazing. Always on. Always connected. Discover new PCs with Windows 10 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Mobile PC Platform with secure LTE and battery power for your busiest weeks.

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