Windows 10 may have been launched for the PC a couple of weeks ago, but that doesn't stop it hitting the headlines. Microsoft delivered updates for the new operating system this week, as well as patches for security problems.
Meanwhile, the firm delivered a version of Windows 10 designed to let hobbyists create projects using small devices like the Raspberry Pi 2, and pushed out a new Build 10512 preview of Windows 10 Mobile for smartphones.
Microsoft delivers Windows 10 for the Raspberry Pi 2
Microsoft has officially released a version of Windows 10 for small devices including the Raspberry Pi 2 and the MinnowBoard Max, enabling enthusiasts and businesses to build apps for these devices using Visual Studio developer tools.
Microsoft issues 14 Patch Tuesday updates for Windows 10, Office and IE
Microsoft has released 14 security fixes as part of the latest Patch Tuesday release, including updates for the recently released Windows 10 platform, as well as old favourites Internet Explorer, Office and Silverlight.
Microsoft delivers second cumulative update for Windows 10
Microsoft pushes out a second cumulative update for Windows 10, following on from one delivered last week.
Microsoft pushes out Windows 10 Mobile preview Build 10512
Microsoft has delivered an updated build of the Windows 10 Mobile operating system for smartphones to testers, bringing improvements in overall stability and performance as the firm readies the platform for an expected autumn release.
Microsoft reveals Skype for Business iOS and Android app preview
Microsoft has announced a preview version of Skype for Business in app form for Android and iOS to promote the enterprise-focused version of Skype to mobile devices.
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