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    Running Windows Embedded Standard on Hyper-V

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    So here is something interesting I have been doing and that I wanted to share. I am working on some labs and I needed to have a Windows Embedded Standard image running in a Virtual machine on top of Hyper-V. I felt like I would have a hard time doing...
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    CE 6 tools on 64-bits machine

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    You should check this blog post Mike has been writing about running Windows Embedded CE 6.0 tools on a Windows 64-bit machine, which is something that does NOT work.
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    The Schtick demo explained

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    Some time ago I posted a video of a demo we got Beckhoff to build for us, showing Real time capabilities and performances of Windows Embedded CE, along with a distributed architecture leveraging Windows Embedded products like Windows Embedded Standard...
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    WindowsEmbedded.com localized versions

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    A brand new Website just went out: the French version of our Windows Embedded portal. You can access it using this url: www.windowsembedded.fr Here are the links to all of the localized versions of the site: China France Japan Korea Russia Taiwan Some...
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    NY Times says: Microsoft wants gadgets to run Windows

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    An article has been published on the New York Times blog by Saul Hansell covering Kevin Dallas’ keynote at Computex, announcing some of the technologies that will be part of the next release of Windows Embedded CE and explaining what Microsoft’s plans...
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    New technologies to build fancy User Interface for Embedded devices!

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    I am sure you have been surfing on Flash or Silverlight Websites and you’ve probably been using WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) applications on PCs, and while using these applications and Websites, this question came to your mind: “How cool would...
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    Cool picture frame feature: motion sensor

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    Working on demos for future events, Mike and I went through some cool ideas. Here is one you might want to try yourself: a Windows Embedded CE picture frame that reacts to motion: you wave your hand and it changes picture… Mike also describes the development...
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