Windows Dev Kit 2023 Brings Windows Development to Arm #Windows @Microsoft @Arm « Adafruit Industries – Makers, Hackers, Artists, Designers & Engineers! | Digireview

Microsoft is introducing a developer-class desktop appliance to build, debug, and test native Windows apps for Arm. It costs $599.99 and is available now.

Windows Dev Kit 2023 is built for developer workloads with the Snapdragon® 8cx Gen 3 computing platform. It’s also designed to deliver incredible value with 32GB of RAM and 512GB of fast storage for your developer tools, virtual machines, WSL2, and more. Multiple USB-A and USB-C® ports, Wi-Fi and physical Ethernet make it easy to connect to your devices, displays and networks.

Included is Windows 11 Pro and a Native Arm64 toolchain, including Visual Studio/VSCode, runtimes, libraries, and frameworks, for a fast, familiar, and highly productive developer experience. Run Arm64 VMs and CI/CD infrastructure and services to build, test and release at scale.

See this page for more information.

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