Windows embedded gets serious

Donovan, John
December 2006
Portable Design;Dec2006, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p20
The article focuses on the features of Windows Embedded CE 6.0 operating system from Microsoft Corp. It is designed for portable user applications like cellular telephones, media players, and digital cameras. The CE 6.0 version can handle 32, 200 concurrent processes and can support storage media and file sizes up to 4 gigabytes. Its new Cellcore components allow CE 6.0-powered devices to establish information networks and to initiate voice calls. Moreover, the digital video recorder engine of the system authorizes users to build video-recording devices.


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