During today's Build 2016 keynote, Microsoft showed how its recent acquisiton of Xamarin will enable developers to make apps that will work on Windows, iOS and Android with shared code.
Microsoft has announced at Build 2015 that their new tools will allow developers to compile the Objective-C code for their iOS apps to work on Windows 10.
Parallels 11 has just been released with support for Windows 10, which can now be emulated within OS X. What's more is the Parallels team has brought Microsoft's personal assistant to the Mac.
Microsoft has updated its Windows Bridge for iOS developer tools with support for Apple's CoreFoundation framework along with adding new layout APIs and more sample apps and code.
If you're not getting Windows 10 Insider Preview builds as fast as you'd like, try toggling this setting to hasten them.
Create multiple iTunes libraries in order to keep the music, movies, apps, and more separate on a shared Windows computer.
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