Windows Embedded extends the power of Windows and the cloud to intelligent systems. Encompassing operating systems, tools, and systems and services, Windows Embedded enables enterprises to generate tangible, real-time benefits with anytime, anywhere access to executable data. Microsoft entered the embedded marketplace over 15 years ago and continues to lead the evolution toward intelligent systems with an extensive suite of technologies for enterprises across a variety of industries. Visit windowsembedded.com for more information.
Cross posted from the Windows Embedded Standard Blog.
The August 2011 Security Updates are now available on the ECE site for Windows® Embedded Standard 2009 and/or Microsoft® Windows® XP Embedded with Service Pack 3.
The August Security Updates include:
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Cross posted from the Olivier Embedded Blog.
Some of our fellow MVPs have joined their efforts to write a great book that I highly recommend if you are doing or planning to do Windows Embedded Compact 7development.
You can purchase the book on Wrox or Amazon now. Obviously electronic versions are also available, pdf ebook or Kindle edition…
Samuel Phung, David Jones and Thierry Joubert have been working in the embedded industry for years now, consulting, teaching, architecting, developing and selling embedded solutions in the context of large industrial projects. In addition Mike Hall, Principal Architect Lead for Windows Embedded wrote the foreword of the book. I can’t wait to get my dedicated copy!!
Below some more information about the writers of this must-have book.
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Cross posted from Olivier’s Embedded Blog.
From DOS 5.0 to Windows 7 (DOS 5.0, Windows1.01, Windows 2.1, Windows 3.0 Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 , follow the complete migration path in the video below. Note that we are talking about upgrading the OS each time, meaning applications like DOOM II installed on the initial DOS 5.0 still run once in Windows 7!!!
Tell me what you think as I am curious to hear from people in the Embedded industry using Microsoft solutions about this.