Microsoft .NET Framework Versions Supported by Windows Embedded Products

Posted by: Windows EmbeddedTeam Applies To: Embedded Published Date: 8/7/2015 ​This communication details the .NET Framework versions supported by the Windows Embedded Products after January 2016. Read on for further details.   Details ​The following table specifies the Microsoft support plans for all Microsoft .NET Framework versions after January 2016. .NET Framework version 3.5 SP1 4.0…


Seen at NRF: new intelligent systems solutions for retail

Posted By Olivia ChenSenior Product Marketing Manager Windows Embedded technology was on view throughout the National Retail Federation Big Show 2014 in New York this week, from the Microsoft booth to the banners high overhead. Thousands of attendees took part in tours and demos showcasing retail solutions that combine Microsoft and partner technologies for customer…

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Spotted in real life: Windows Embedded making life a little easier for patients

Posted By Steve DunbarWindows Embedded Lead, Northern Europe My experience of seeing doctors is vague and somewhat negative, due to me being a typical bloke who services his car more often than he visits his doctor. I recently had no choice, though, and booked an appointment through the antiquated phone-booking process. The appointment was duly…


Signs of the times: the shifting consumer experience, part 1

Posted By Guillaume EstegassyWindows Embedded Business Group Lead for Japan From attracting customers through digital signage to creating in-store dressing-room intelligent systems, technology is no doubt transforming the consumer experience. Today, Guillaume Estegassy brings you part one of our two-part blog series exploring these ‘smart’ shopping trends. As a daily user of the remarkable Tokyo…


The “secret sauce” of the retail experience

Posted By Steve DunbarWindows Embedded Lead, Northern Europe Hello, blog readers! My name is Steve Dunbar, and as you can see from my bio, I am the business group lead for Northern Europe. The London newspaper The Times recently published a feature examining The Future of Retail, particularly how High Street brick-and-mortar operations are leveraging…


Windows Embedded readies “Blue” update

Posted By David WursterWindows Embedded Senior Product Manager Last night Tami Reller discussed some of the milestones we’ve reached as a company over the past six months since Windows 8 GA, including 100 million licenses sold. Tami also shared her thoughts on the evolution of the PC and a broader device market driven by mobility…


New, integrated suite of digital properties features Microsoft’s vision for the Internet of Things

Posted By Barb EdsonGeneral Manager, Marketing and Business Development If you’re reading this, you’ve no doubt noticed: The Windows Embedded team blog has a new look. In fact, as of a few minutes ago, all of our digital properties—from this blog, to our website, Twitter, Flickr, SlideShare and YouTube channel—have been refreshed with an integrated…


Windows Embedded 8 is Great for Healthcare

Posted By Werner ReussWindows Embedded Business Lead for Germany and Eastern Europe We successfully launched Windows Embedded 8 to healthcare sector and saw great interest from customers on leading-edge technology for patient-entertainment systems. This is a growing trend in healthcare in Europe; you may recall my colleague Myriam Semery wrote about French partner Scotler’s bedside…

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April 2013 Security Updates are on MyOEM for XPe SP3 and Standard 2009

The April 2013 Security Updates are now available on MyOEM for Microsoft® Windows® XP Embedded with Service Pack 3 and Windows® Embedded Standard 2009. The list below applies to Windows Embedded Standard 2009: KB 2813347 – Vulnerability in Remote Desktop Client Could Allow Remote Code Execution KB 2814124 – Vulnerability in Silverlight Could Allow Remote Code…

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Windows Embedded 8 End-to-end Lab Exercises

Posted By Maura van der LindenProgramming Writer It can be a challenge to learn a new product–or even a new version of a product you’re already familiar with–and the content team for Windows Embedded products is always looking for ways to make that process more streamlined and faster. In response to customer requests for more…

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