Windows 10 IoT Core Services
Long-term OS support and services to manage device updates and assess device health
- Help ensure the safety of your network and devices with cloud-based Device Health Attestation
- Take control of updates to Windows OS, device drivers, and OEM-specific applications and files
- Keep devices stable and secure with 10 years of OS security and reliability updates
Keep devices stable and secure
Get 10 years of Windows OS support, including monthly security and reliability updates with no feature updates—minimizing changes to the base operating system that could impact device stability. Releases of Windows 10 IoT Core via the Long-Term Servicing Channel will be available every two to three years, with each release supported over a 10-year lifecycle.
Manage device updates
Create, customize, and control device updates using the same content distribution network that’s used by millions of customers to manage Windows updates. Device Update Center lets you apply updates to the operating system, to device drivers, and to OEM-specific applications and files, and can be flighted to test devices prior to broader distribution.
Help secure your network and IoT devices
Evaluate the trustworthiness of a device using Device Health Attestation. This security service can be combined with a device management system, such as Azure IoT Device Management, to generate reports and take corrective action, such as reimaging a device, denying network access, or creating a service ticket.
Why trust Windows 10 IoT Core Services?
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Windows 10 IoT Core Services pricing
Long-term OS support and services to manage device updates and assess device health.
Customers with devices running Windows 10 IoT Core
GLAS is the first smart thermostat featuring Cortana and powered by Windows 10 IoT Core.
"Core for GLAS allowed us to shift our focus to product quality and the unique experience this device gives to customers."Joseph Ribbich, Program Lead, GLAS and Emerging Technologies
The Misty II personal robot has a powerful Qualcomm processor running Windows 10 IoT Core.
"Our main reasons for using Windows 10 IoT Core were to ease our development and accelerate our timeline, Windows IoT Core provides a set of tools that just worked."Morgan Bell, Head of Engineering
The XOGO Mini comes preloaded with XOGO Decision Signage running on Windows 10 IoT Core.
"We liked that Windows 10 IoT Core is lightweight and efficient, and that the exposure is really small from a security perspective. As a result, we were able to create a true digital signage appliance."Chad Brown, Chief Executive Officer
The Askey TurboMate wearable device uses Windows 10 IoT Core to enable hands-free mobility.
"The ongoing enhancements and security updates that Microsoft provides also make Windows 10 IoT a better choice for our solution."George Lee, Sales and Product Development Manager