As there were not enough reasons already to write Windows applications in assembly (see my Visual MASM project site), I just found out yesterday about some great new development in the SoC (System on a Chip) industry. Intel came out with the Intel Galileo Gen 2 which features a full blown 586 Pentium class computer. What’s so awesome? It’s super tiny and just a little bigger than a credit card. So, you can install and run Windows or Linux on it. How freaking cool is that? No noise and about 5 Watts of power consumption… the possibilities are incredible. Put Windows 10 on it for free, here is how. Create your Windows applications in MASM and my Visual MASM, off you go… amazing. Go check out Microsoft’s Internet of Things(IoT).