The October 2016 edition of evaluation Windows developer virtual machines (VM) on Windows Dev Center released today come in Hyper-V, Parallels, VirtualBox and VMWare flavors.
Additionally, those need a non-evaluation version, can get licensed virtual machines as well but you must have a Windows 10 Pro key.
In addition, Azure portal also has virtual machines, that you can spin up with the Windows Developer tooling installed.
These evaluation VMs will expire on 01/17/17, and the installs contain:
- “Windows 10 Enterprise Evaluation, Version 1607,
- Visual Studio 2015 Community Update 3 (Build 14.0.25425.01),
- Windows developer SDK and tools (Build 14393),
- Microsoft Azure SDK for .NET (Build 2.9.5),
- Windows Bridge for iOS (0.2.160927),
- Windows UWP samples (October 2016 Update),
- Windows Bridge for iOS samples,
- and Bash on Ubuntu on Windows,” dev team writes.
Microsoft is joining the 3D Formats working group at Khronos to collaborate on its GL Transmission Format (glTF). “This kind of cross-platform, cross-application power is what will ultimately make glTF truly ubiquitous and Microsoft is proud to be part of this journey,” Microsoft stated.