Microsoft Releases New Windows 10 Creators Update RTM Virtual Machines
Friday, 21 April 2017 Microsoft has just released the April 2017 Windows developer evaluation virtual machines, providing app makers with everything they need to start coding immediately. These evaluation virtual machines come in Hyper-V, Parallels, VirtualBox and VMWare versions and can be used until July 7, when you are required to provide a license key or to download a newer pack. As far as the content of these packs is concerned, Microsoft is offering Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update (version 1703, the RTM), Visual Studio 2017 with the Universal Windows Platform (15063 SDK) and Azure workflows enabled, Windows UWP samples, and the Windows Subsystem for Linux. These virtual machines have been created specifically for developers who want to code for Windows 10, as Microsoft is trying to bring more developers to its platforms and port apps, be they created for iOS, Android, or for the Windows desktop to the Windows Store. Microsoft is also providing users with several porting so...
Out with the old, in with the new. On the day Microsoft released its new Windows 10 Creators Update, it also said goodbye to Windows Vista. Microsoft announced it was officially suspending support for the much-maligned operating system, which was released in January 2007.
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