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  • Blog Post: Screen Cast on Import Package in Windows Embedded Standard 7

    Sami, the fearless Test engineer on the Windows Embedded Standard 7 team who authored this blog article about using Import Package has also created a screen cast on the same topic. The video focuses on using Import Package in ICE and also through commands in a command prompt. Check it out here ! ...
  • Blog Post: Video: Why to Use the Standard 7 Compatible Applications Website

    The Windows Embedded Standard 7 Compatible Applications website allows developers to quickly and easily ensure that applications will install on run on their target devices without having to do dependency analysis or any of that “hard work”. Check out the following 2-minute video on why you...
  • Blog Post: Jim Medding talks about Windows Embedded Standard 2011 “Quebec” componentization, its testing challenges and the fun at work

    * 9/18/09 - removing the video to make improvements to the audio - Weijuan *9/17/09 - we are aware of the issue related to the video and are working to fix it. Thanks! In this interview video, Jim Medding, a Senior Software Design Engineer in Test on the team, talks about his years of experience...
  • Blog Post: Meet Lynda Allen in an interview video

    We are experimenting making short interview videos to add another type of resource to engage and assist our Windows Embedded Standard product community. This video posted here is a pilot one in which Lynda Allen, a Program Manager on the team, was interviewed. She talked about her day to day work in...
  • Blog Post: Using FBWFMGR.exe on a Run-time

    This is the second screen cast on File Based Write Filter- part 1 can be viewed here . This video focuses on using the fbwfmgr.exe utility on a run-time to view the filter settings, enable the filter, view the cache and change exclusion or write-through lists. File Based Write Filter Manager on Windows...
  • Blog Post: Screen cast about configuring File Based Write Filter in Target Designer

    This screen cast is the first in a series of two that focus on File Based Write Filter in Windows Embedded Standard 2009. This video looks at the settings in the File Based Write Filter component that can be configured offline. It provides a brief overview of each setting and shows how to check filter...
  • Blog Post: Importing Driver INFs into Component Designer

    In my previous screen cast I focused on importing a sound card driver inf into Component Designer in order to automatically generate a component. This video continues with the theme of interpreting and solving warnings that you receive when importing various kinds of driver infs, using a webcam and a...
  • Blog Post: Screen Cast on Componentizing An Audio Driver

    Componentization is always tricky so my next set of screen casts will take a look at how Component Designer can automatically create a driver component for you. This first video uses a sound card driver as an example and walks through how to resolve some of the common issues that you may encounter when...
  • Blog Post: Tips and Tricks Screen Cast-Part 3

    This is my final video (for now!) in my screen cast series of top tips and tricks for Windows Embedded Standard 2009. This one focuses on setting a default time zone in Target Designer, and using the registry to suppress system and application messages and popup balloons. See it here... Windows Embedded...
  • Blog Post: New Video on Using Sysprep on Standard 2009

    Check out the latest screen cast offering for Windows Embedded Standard 2009. This session focuses on using Sysprep to prepare a master image for deployment to many devices. It covers the Sysprep component, how to run it to create a master runtime image and how to use sysprep.inf to automate the process...
  • Blog Post: Video of Some of the Top Tips

    The latest screen cast for Windows Embedded Standard 2009 is available. This one covers some of the tips and tricks you can use when working with a Standard 2009 image, such as different ways removing software-enumerated devices, hiding splash screens and preventing the message detecting new hardware...
  • Blog Post: Standard 2009 Virtual Lab Available!

    Check out the new virtual lab that has gone live on the MSDN Virtual Lab site. This provides a way for you to play with the Windows Embedded Standard 2009 tools to build your own run-time image with some of the latest features, using the step-by-step guide.  The lab takes 90 minutes to run through...
  • Blog Post: Windows Embedded Standard- A Look At Some New Features Part 3

    Nick has created the third video in our series on new features in Windows Embedded Standard 2009. You can view the rest of the series through the links, Part 1 & Part 2 . This screen cast focuses on enhancements to the VPC macro components, and the Visual Style component, and demos the Silverlight...
  • Blog Post: Raising awareness in Russia

    As I was browsing all things embedded this morning I stumbled across this video tutorial on Windows Embedded, in Russian. Coincidentally the Russian version of the Windows Embedded Standard 2009 MSDN content went live today as well. You can review the content here . This is the second...
  • Blog Post: Windows Embedded Standard- A Look At Some New Features

    Our team is starting to use screencasts (aka video tutorials) as a method of demonstrating features and tips/tricks as opposed to the old and busted method of text with a few graphics sprinkled in for good measure. In the next couple of weeks we'll be releasing more of these screencasts. This video is...
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