We’re excited to announce the release of another PowerToy to aid in Windows Embedded Standard 7 development: CBS Package Inspector. CBS Package Inspector allows for the opening up and inspecting of CBS (Component-Based Servicing) packages, so the manifests can be viewed or examined as needed. Information contained in these manifests include the components inside the package(s), as well as any registry keys, dependencies, or settings, among other pieces of information. So what does that mean? Why would this be useful? Here are some scenarios that CBS Package Inspector has been quite useful for us:
To learn more about CBS Package Inspector and to download and use it, please visit the Package Inspector Code Gallery page.
If you’re interested in our previous PowerToy, Package Mapper, please visit this page.
is there any tutorial that guide us to add third party software into the existing template such as set top box template. We want to put something in extras menu but we have no ide how to do that