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Intel 6th-Gen Core 'Skylake' processors officially introduced and optimized for Windows 10

It’s been a long time coming for Intel, but the chip maker has finally and officially introduced its new family of 6th Generation Core processors. After previously revealing the unlocked Intel Core i7-6700K and Intel Core i5-6600K desktop processors for hardcore PC gamers at Gamescom in August, the company has now revealed the entire lineup of 6th-Gen Core desktop, tablet and mobile processors.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wmexperts/~3/YuMfTX84rXo/story01.htm

Mail and Calendar updated on Windows 10 desktop and mobile

Update: False alarm on the new features. It turns out that the changelog listed below is from a prior version. This update likely only contains more bug fixes and performance improvements. Original story: Continuing its streak of frequent updates to Windows 10 core apps, Microsoft is pushing out another update to Mail and Calendar on both desktop and mobile. Coming along in this update is a new setting to set Celsius or Fahrenheit temperature scales in Calendar, along with a helping of bug fixes.

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wmexperts/~3/8m3zeEZadIM/story01.htm

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Windows Container Resources – DSC and VMM Templates, and more to come

Two weeks ago we released the first public preview of Windows Containers.  If you have not played with them yet – you really should!
It is really easy to get up and running, and we have a a lot of activity on the Windows Containers forums.  But today I want to talk about some of the resources that have been appearing in the last two weeks to help you try out Windows Containers in various environments.

Donovan VanHaltren, from Microsoft, has contributed a VMM template for deploying a Windows Container host virtual machine to our Container GitHub account.  You can go check it out here: https://github.com/Microsoft/Virtualization-Documentation/tree/master/windows-server-container-tools/VMM%20%20-%20VM%20Template. This makes it super easy to get Containers up and running in an existing System Center environment.
Ben Gelens has published a Windows Containers DSC module.  You can download it here https://github.com/bgelens/cWindowsContainer and read about it here http://www.hyper-v.nu/archives/bgelens/2015/08/deploy-windows-containers-with-custom-psdsc-resource/.  This is really cool to see.

Looking to the (hopefully not too distant) future:

Chanwit Kaewkasi, from Docker, has tweeted that he has Docker Swarm working with Windows containers – https://twitter.com/chanwit/status/635855887618342912
Cloudbase Solutions have tweeted that they have a “Proof of concept” deployment of OpenStack deploying Windows Containers through the nova-docker project – https://twitter.com/cloudbaseit/status/636264139111952384

I am looking forward to playing with both of these soon.

Cheers,Ben 

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/virtual_pc_guy/archive/2015/09/01/windows-container-resources-dsc-and-vmm-templates-and-more-to-come.aspx