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There’s a new design for its MSDN site devoted to Windows Embedded operating systems. Windows Embedded operating systems are available to OEM system builders only, who make it available to end users pre-loaded with the hardware. ISVs
The site now includes a Learn tab where you can find learning materials by content type, version and learning level; Search a dedicated database for CE tips, and links to forums. The update was announced on the team’s blog MSDN Embedded Pages have been Revamped where you can find additional information about what’s new.
Windows Embedded Developer Center is designed to give developers quick access to information about Microsoft's embedded operating systems, including:
If you're not sure which Windows Embedded product is right for you, look at Choose the Right Embedded Product to see a comparison of the Windows Embedded family of products to determine which is more suited to your device needs.
Windows Embedded is now available in your MSDN subscriptions.
The Windows Embedded Developer Center does not include resources for Windows Mobile developers. You can get plenty of online content targeting Windows Mobile, including the Windows Mobile team blog. If you’re interested in the additional capabilities of Windows Mobile, see Windows Mobile development center on MSDN.
Bruce D. Kyle ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation
Special thanks to Jonathan Angel at Windows for Devices.