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Last week on this blog, Pranish Kumar talked a little bit about Microsoft’s vision for the future of the automotive industry and what needs to happen for the connected car to flourish.
That vision is based in part on nearly two decades of elbow grease and experimentation, working with some of the leading car makers and suppliers to the automotive industry. We’d like to think that our history in technology—and our experience developing software for use in vehicles—gives us a bit of a unique perspective.
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During the planning phases of Windows Embedded Standard 2011, we invested considerable effort to make Windows Embedded Standard 2011 customizable to the point where our customers will be able to create a custom experience – from the moment the machine boots up until it shuts down. To reach this goal we introduced several new packages and features.
Crash dumps can be configured via the control panel or by editing the relevant registry entries as shown below. Additional details can be found in KB article 307973.
Via Control Panel
If both April 2012 WES09IE7WMP11 and June 2012 WES09IE7WMP11 security updates have been installed, there is a bug that causes duplicate "Primitive: Shlwapi" components in the database which may prevent successful image creation. The following workaround steps should be performed on machines used for creating images.
Steps to verify the workaround fix:
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Posted By Steve DunbarWindows Embedded Lead, Northern Europe
Hello, blog readers! My name is Steve Dunbar, and as you can see from my bio, I am the business group lead for Northern Europe. The London newspaper The Times recently published a feature examining The Future of Retail, particularly how High Street brick-and-mortar operations are leveraging data to compete with online retailers to offer more personalization and lower prices. This conundrum was a core topic of discussion at a partner event I recently attended in Majorca, Spain, as it has a lot of relevancy to our own intelligent systems vision.
Toshiba Connect Europe 2013 (formerly IBM Business Partner University) is an educational business briefing and networking opportunity by Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions business (TGCS). The event provided insight into current issues facing retailers, and creative ways sales teams can craft and install intelligent business solutions to meet customer needs. Throughout the event, speakers and sessions reinforced the continued drive to work with partners to create solutions that integrate the various consumer touch points.
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