Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Microsoft released Windows Embedded Standard 7

Hi folks,

finally the next version of Windows Embedded Standard, the successor of Windows XP Embedded, has been released to manufacturing, yesterday April 27th 2010 at the ESC Silicon Valley in San Jose, CA.

Windows Embedded Standard 7 is the first embedded OS based on Microsoft’s successful desktop OS Windows 7. Thus Windows Embedded Standard 7 is a highly customizable embedded OS in a componentized form, empowering OEMs to build devices with the reliability, familiarity and power of Windows 7!

The Windows Embedded Standard 7 RTM press release can be found here.

A product overview as well as the Eval Version download of Windows Embedded Standard 7 can be found here.

You can pre-register here to receive your free Windows Embedded Standard 7 Evaluation Kit with FREE SHIPPING once it is available. This offer is valid while supply lasts or until June 30th 2010.

By the way, if you are at the ESC Silocon Valley, be sure to stop by at the Microsoft Booth #916 at the McEnery Convention Center where EB is is showcasing EB GUIDE Studio in combination with Microsoft Expression BlendTM as well as EB street director on Windows Embedded. Also, we will give a presentation on “modeling and deploying embedded UIs for automotive and industrial applications”.

Have fun!

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