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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Windows Vista for Embedded Engineers

After more than five years of development, the Windows Vista operating system has finally been released. As with all big changes, this release comes with some exciting new features (some applicable to engineers, many more not), additional capabilities, and some caveats for developing your real-time applications. [More…]

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How to Really Embed Microsoft Windows CE

Here’s a step-by-step guide to stripping Windows CE down to the bare iron and implementing a headless, no-frills but extremely efficient and reliable real-time embedded operating system with a simple and efficient device driver model. [More…]

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Bringing Real-Time Development to Familiar and Powerful Windows Tools

Developing applications for Windows XP Embedded should take advantage of the excellent IDE provided by Visual Studio. Adding the right support for real-time requires leveraging the architecture and facilities provided by Visual Studio to provide a unified, streamlined development process with accurate debugging. [More…]