OK. I've got my new Yun on my Wi-Fi network at home. I've given it a "board name" of arduinoyun1. I can see it on my home Wi-Fi router, showing both the board name arduinoyun1 and its IP address.
I want to be able to fire up a browser and access arduinoyun1.local, and I can't do that on Win10. I CAN access it by opening up a browser and typing in the ip address - that works, but I think that's ultimately limiting for coding.
I AM able to open arduinoyun1.local using my iPhone, however!
I've seen multiple posts that suggest that the Yun uses/expects the Bonjour service to help discover devices, and I suspect my iOS has that already installed.
I can't believe that by Windows 10 Microsoft hasn't figured out how to discover/resolve the device name - is there a network service feature in Win 10 that I can kick to get it to do what Bonjour does? I'm reluctant to just add Bonjour to a Win10 machine, given that Win 10 should know how to resolve this. But maybe I've got to do that because of how the Yun is designed.
And maybe I'm just missing something.