Category: Windows

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Windows 10 on ARM 64bit Snapdragon 835

Here’s an interesting demonstration of Windows 10 running on an ARM processor. I know what you’re thinking, but in the years since the ill-fated Surface RT, ARM processor speeds have dramatically improved – enough to make x86 emulation viable.

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Deep Dive into the Bing Map Control

In my latest article in MSDN Magazine, I take a deep dive into the Map Control for UWP apps. Learn how to integrate 3D Maps, StreetView, and interactive maps with custom control. It’s easier than you think! Read  it now.

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Three Things I’d Like to See This Week at Build

This week, the geeks are gathering in Redmond for another Build conference. Since the Build moniker took over from the PDC brand, I had been a Microsoft employee.  And, as a Microsoft employee, we had certain limitations around what we could and could not announce around Build. As I am...

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Getting Started with PowerShell 3.0

Have you ever wanted to get started with PowerShell, but never knew where to start? This video provides an overview on the purpose of PowerShell. How to install it, manage it and customize it.

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Exploring the UWP Map Control

My latest MSDN column on UWP development covers the SDK’s built in map control. Spoiler alert: it’s easy to use, powerful, and fun to add maps your UWP app. It’s even free! Read it now or any one of my other MSDN articles.

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Spatial Audio Capabilities for Xbox and Windows

Here’s an interesting talk about the upcoming spatial audio features for Windows and XBox games.  Spatial audio, or 3D audio, adds an extra bit of realism to games by adding spatial cues to sounds.  Watch this video from the recent Game Developers Conference to find out more.