Windows XP Embedded is an operating system and development platform in componentized form. It is designed to build more advanced, smart, connected and service-oriented embedded devices. It supports such features as CompactPCI and the ability to boot from flash memory or CD-ROM.
- Reduced Footprint: 12,000 individual components; 40 MB at smallest processor: x86.
- Real-time OS: via third party plug in (IntervalZero, RTX, TenAsys, and INtime).
- Code flexibility: choose your preferred Microsoft development technology: Win32, MFC, or the NET Framework (C#, VB).
- Familiar, faster development.