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Windows 10 Creators Update will bring support for 802.11ad wireless networks


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Jan 5, 2017 at 23:30 GMT

Last year, Microsoft held its second WinHec conference in Shenzhen, China. The event was attended by Microsoft executives like Terry Myerson, Alex Kipman, and more. Microsoft shared their vision for the hardware ecosystem with innovations in mixed reality, gaming, and other opportunities for partners powered by the Windows 10 Creators Update. In one of the sessions, Microsoft spoke about the multiple technologies that Windows 10 supports to enable docking scenarios ranging from USB-C to 802.11ac. Learn about the investments we are making in Windows 10 to enable great wired and wireless docking scenarios.

In one of the sessions, Microsoft spoke about the multiple technologies that Windows 10 supports to enable docking scenarios ranging from USB-C to 802.11ac. They also revealed the investments they are making in Windows 10 to enable great wired and wireless docking scenarios. Windows 10 Creators Update will add 802.11d wireless support, WSB Dock Discovery and more. Find more information from the slides embedded below.
 
 
 

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Jan/05/2017


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