Understanding KITL

Kurt Kennett, a developer in the Windows Embedded group has recorded a video that explains KITL (Kernel Independent Transport Layer). Here’s the video!

Windows Embedded CE: understanding KITL

Let me know if you would like to see more videos like this (or if you would prefer that Kurt doesn’t record any more of these!) </grin>

Is there an area of Windows Embedded CE or Windows Embedded Standard (XP Embedded) that you don’t understand and would like to know more about ? – leave a comment on the blog with a description of the video you would like to see recorded – I can’t commit that we will record any specific topic, but we will see what can be done.

– Mike

Comments (7)

  1. dvescovi says:

    VERY good! Clear and to the point. Long over due.

    More please!

  2. Mike says:

    I’m sure Kurt and the rest of the team would be more than happy to create some more technology videos. If you have requests for specific topics then let us know – go ahead and leave a comment.

    – Mike

  3. Vignesh says:

    Great stuff! Would definitely like to see more videos like this.  

    Just nit-picking but you could make these a little longer, add more dev level detail and allow us to download these for offline viewing.

  4. Yashraj says:

    Good points shared briefly. Would expect more detailed version in terms of development.

  5. Vimal says:

    LOVE IT!

    Very simple while being informative. Would like to see more of these

  6. gcie says:


  7. It looks like Kurt’s video providing an overview of KITL was very useful to a number of you, and I’m