Windows XP Embedded is essentially a developer-customized, slimmed-down version of the Windows XP operating system intended for use on devices like game consoles, information kiosks, network appliances, and the like.

With the rapid growth in the use of mobile and embedded devices, this platform is increasingly important. But do you know enough about Windows XP Embedded to develop for the platform or effectively test your applications there?

In the October issue of MSDN Magazine, Dr. James McCaffrey and Mike Hall, a Senior Product Manager in the Microsoft Mobile and Embedded Devices group, explain how you can create lightweight but powerful UI test automation for software systems that run on Windows XP Embedded.

Don't forget to browse the code online.

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Enjoy!

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