Windows Embedded Standard 2011: Past, Present and Future - Video

Windows Embedded Standard is a general purpose OS, based on Windows codebase, that’s highly modular & fine tuned to run on a number of devices ranging in size and complexity that’re x86/x64 powered (casino gaming consoles, retail kiosks, hand-held devices, etc). Windows Embedded Standard 2011 will arrive some time in 2011. In the video, Jon […]

Windows Embedded Standard is a general purpose OS, based on Windows codebase, that’s highly modular & fine tuned to run on a number of devices ranging in size and complexity that’re x86/x64 powered (casino gaming consoles, retail kiosks, hand-held devices, etc). Windows Embedded Standard 2011 will arrive some time in 2011. In the video, Jon Parati, Mike Moini and Milong Sabandith talks: What are the key new features in Windows Embedded Standard 2011? What is Windows Embedded Standard 2011, exactly? What's Windows CE, again? How is Windows Embedded related to Windows proper? Windows Embedded Standard 2011 is built from the same sources that make up Windows 7? What's different between the two and why? How is Windows Embedded Standard able to be so modular? What's the developer story for Windows Embedded Standard 2011?

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