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Running winform application on Raspberry Pi3 with Windows 10 IOT core RRS feed

  • Question

  • I have a winform application running on Windows CE 6.0. I want to upgrade the OS to Windows 10 IOT core running on the raspberry pi 3 without doing much changes in the winform application. I have read that winforms are not supported on Win 10 IOT core. However winforms are supported on .NET core 3.0 and .NET core 3.0 supported on Win 10 IOT core. Does it mean that winform apps are supported on Win 10 IOT core?

    Can anyone please help?
    Monday, December 2, 2019 10:03 PM

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  • Hi aariefe, 

    Thank you for posting here.

    .NET Core 3.0 is not fully supported winform, and many tasks are still underway.

    You can refer to the following references for winform in .NET Core.

    1. WinForms on .NET Core Roadmap
    2. Microsoft Preview of .NET Core WinForms Designer Is 'Huge Technical Challenge'

    Besides, I suggest you use UWP(Universal Windows Applications) in Windows 10 IoT Core, because IoT Core is a UWP centric OS and UWP apps are its primary app type.

    Hope it could be helpful.

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    Xingyu Zhao


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