Windows IoT

Windows IoT

Steve Jiang, Program Manager, who was in charge of the first version of the Target Design, which is the product that enabled developers to build embedded target images

Windows Embedded Serveris a brand that consists of FES server products including Server, Home Server, SQL Server, Storage Server, DPM Server, ISA Server, UAG Server, TMG Server, and Unified Data Storage Server etc. of various years including 2000, 2003, 2003 R2, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, and 2012 R2 etc.

Deploy updates for Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise and Windows 10 IoT Mobile

Windows Mobile Enterprise, based onWindows 10 Mobile Enterprise, is the successor to Embedded Handheld.

Microsoft Brings Rich User Experiences to Smart, Connected, Service-Oriented Enterprise Devices With Windows Embedded Standard 2009.

Shared source(full source code ofkernelincluded)

Windows IoTat Curlie (based onDMOZ)

Foley, Mary Jo (20 March 2013).Windows Embedded 8 releases generally available.

Target Designer and Component Designer was the two-parts suite in the first version of Windows Embedded Suite. The first test team manager was Bombo Sofa, who lead the first XPe Test team starting in 2000. Under Bruce Beachmans leadership, Microsoft shipped the first version of Windows Embedded (XPe) at the DevCon / Windows Hardware Conference in 2001.

Windows IoT Core Proprovides the ability to defer and control updates and is licensed only via distributors; it is otherwise identical to the normal IoT Core version.

Which Windows Embedded Product is Right for Me?.

Microsoft announces general availability of Windows Embedded Compact 2013.

Windows IoT Enterprise, based onWindows 10 Enterprise(LTSB branch), is the successor to both Embedded Industry and Embedded Standard with plain unlabeled, Retail/Thin Client, Tablet, and Small Tablet versions available; differing only in licensing.

Foley, Mary Jo.Microsoft delivers Windows Embedded Automotive 7 ZDNet.

Valazco, Chris (25 February 2014).Panasonics latest Toughpad has the strength, thickness of 10 smartphones (hands-on).

Windows Embedded Standardis the brand of Windows Embedded operating systems designed to provide enterprises and device manufacturers the freedom to choose which capabilities will be part of their industry devices and intelligent system solutions, intended to build ATMs and devices for the healthcare and manufacturing industries, creating industry-specific devices. This brand consists ofWindows NT 4.0 EmbeddedWindows XP Embedded, Windows Embedded Standard 2009 (WES09), Windows Embedded Standard 7, and Windows Embedded 8 Standard. It provides the fullWin32API.[8]Windows Embedded Standard 2009 includesSilverlight.NET Framework 3.5Internet Explorer 7Windows Media Player 11RDP 6.1Network Access ProtectionMicrosoft Baseline Security Analyzerand support for being managed byWindows Server Update ServicesandSystem Center Configuration Manager.[11]

Microsoft Delivers Windows 7 Technologies to Device Manufacturers With Release of Windows Embedded Standard 7.

Windows Embedded 8 showing Hotel Systems panel,

Windows Preinstallation Environment

Windows Embedded Standard 7 is based onWindows 7and was previously codenamed Windows Embedded Quebec.[12]Windows Embedded Standard 7 includes Windows Vista and Windows 7 features[13]such asAeroSuperFetchReadyBoostWindows FirewallWindows DefenderAddress space layout randomizationWindows Presentation FoundationSilverlight 2Windows Media Centeramong several other packages. It is available inIA-32andx64versions and was released in 2010. It has a larger minimum footprint (~300 MB) compared to 40 MB of XPe and also requiresproduct activation.[13]Windows Embedded Standard 7 was released on April 27, 2010.[14]Windows Embedded 8 Standard was released on March 20, 2013.[15][16]

name: Variable (some versions out of support), up to 2019 (mainstream) and 2023 (extended)

Windows Embedded 8.1 Handheld has been released to manufacturing; SDK is now generally available.

Microsoft Windows 2000 Embedded Doesnt Stick Around.

Mike Cherry, Program Manager, who was leading the infrastructural process work

Windows Embedded 8 Generally Available News Center.

Windows Embedded Industryis the brand of Windows Embedded operating systems for industry devices and once only for point of sale systems. This brand was limited to theWindows Embedded for Point of Serviceoperating system released in 2006, which is based onWindows XP Embedded.[7]Microsoft also has an updated version of Windows Embedded for Point of service, named Windows embedded POSReady 2009. However, Windows Embedded POSReady 7 based on Windows 7 SP1 was released in 2011 which succeeded POSReady 2009. Microsoft has since changed the name of this product from Windows Embedded POSReady to Windows Embedded Industry. Microsoft released Windows Embedded 8 Industry in April 2013, followed by 8.1 Industry in October 2013.

Microsoft.Windows Embedded lifecycle

Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 Key Features.

Windows IoT Coreis considered by some to be the successor toWindows Embedded Compact, although it maintains very little compatibility with it. Optimized for smaller and lower-cost industry devices, it is also provided free of charge for use in devices like theRaspberry Pifor hobbyist use.

Microsoft Charts Its Road Map for Windows Embedded Business.

Windows Embedded NAVReadyalso called as Navigation Ready which is plug-in component for Windows CE 5.0 and useful for building portable handheld navigation devices.

Getting to Know Windows NT Embedded and Windows XP Embedded.

Microsoft rebranded Windows Embedded to WindowsIoTstarting with the release of embedded versions of Windows 10.

Bill Luan, Program Manager, who was in charge of the design of the first internal tool iCat, which enabled all the Windows team engineers to componentize their features in Windows. Later, this product became the Windows Embedded Component Designer in the released product

Windows Embedded Compact(previously known asWindows Embedded CEorWindows CE)[7]is the version of Windows Embedded for very small computers andembedded systems, includingconsumer electronicsdevices likeset-top boxesand video game consoles. Windows Embedded Compact is a modular real-time operating system with a specialized kernel that can run in under 1 MB of memory. It comes with thePlatform Buildertool that can be used to add modules to the installation image to create a custom installation, depending on the device used. Windows Embedded Compact is available forARMMIPSSuperHandx86processor architectures.[8]

Microsoft made available a specialized version of Windows Embedded Compact, known asWindows Mobile, for use in mobile phones. It is a customized image of Windows Embedded Compact along with specialized modules for use in Mobile phones.Windows Mobilewas available in four variants:Windows Mobile Classic(forPocket PC),Windows Mobile Standard(forsmartphones) andWindows Mobile Professional(forPDA/Pocket PC Phone Edition) andWindows Mobile for Automotive(for communication/entertainment/information systems used in automobiles). Modified versions of Windows Mobile were used forPortable Media Centers. In 2010,Windows Mobilewas replaced byWindows Phone 7, which was also based on Windows Embedded Compact, but was not compatible with any previous products.

In mid-1998, Microsoft worked with VenturCom, for their Windows NT Embedded product.[3]Windows NT Embedded 4.0 got its start in 1998 with a small team of developers at Microsoft. This project, known within Microsoft as Impala, was released in 1999 as Windows NT Embedded 4.0a set of tools and a database of approximately 250 components that allowed developers to put together small Windows NT 4.0 run-time images for embedded devices. The tools allowed OEMs and embedded developers to create components encapsulating their binaries, and to add them seamlessly into Windows NT Embedded runtimes containing limited functionality and devices. Minimum run-time images were as small as 9 MB for a system featuring the full Win32 API. Shortly after release, in early 2000, Microsoft decided that it was best to take that architecture and make a new product leveraging the new Windows code. A new Windows Embedded team was formed, under the leadership of Bruce Beachman. He served as the Product Unit Manager (PUM) of the first Windows Embedded and started recruiting engineers within Microsoft. The team set their sights on this next version. A decision was made to stop development of Windows 2000 Embedded,[4]and start work on a Windows XP Embedded product (then called Whistler). Plans were drawn up, the team was expanded, and work started on Whistler Embedded, codenamed Mantis. The component count has risen from 250 to over 10,000most of them device-driver components. The feature set of the embedded tools was enriched to include things like basic version control, component scripting, and expandability. Tools were also added to make it easier to start with a blank slab of hardware and to deploy an embedded OS on it quickly and easily. On August 26, 2001, Beta 2 of Windows XP Embedded was released, with a full release planned for later that year.[5]The initial team consisted of:

WindowsIoT, formerlyWindows Embedded, is a family ofoperating systemsfromMicrosoftdesigned for use inembedded systems. Microsoft currently has three different subfamilies of operating systems for embedded devices targeting a wide market, ranging from small-footprint,real-timedevices topoint of sale(POS) devices likekiosks. Windows Embedded operating systems are available tooriginal equipment manufacturers(OEMs), who make it available to end users preloaded with their hardware, in addition to volume license customers in some cases.

In April 2018, Microsoft releasedAzure Sphere, another operating system designed for IoT applications running on the Linux kernel.

In 2002, Bruce Beachman left Microsoft, and Peter Wilson took over the XPe team as its PUM, and by then the team was merged into Windows Deployment team, and they released XPe SP1 at DevCon in Las Vegas in late 2003.

Windows Embedded Compact 2013[9]is areal-time operating systemwhich runs on ARM, X86, SH, and derivatives of those architectures. It Framework, UI framework, and various open source drivers and services as modules.[10]

Microsoft Announces the Next Version of Windows Embedded Standard to Be Built on Windows 7.

Foley, Mary Jo (6 June 2008).Windows Embedded Quebec due in 2010.

On January 10, 2011, Microsoft announced Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5. The operating system has compatibility withWindows Mobile 6.5and is presented as an enterprise handheld device, targeting retailers, delivery companies, and other companies that rely on handheld computing. Windows Embedded Handheld retains backward compatibility with legacy Windows Mobile applications.[20]Windows Embedded 8.1 Handheld was released for manufacturing on April 23, 2014.[21]Known simply as Windows Embedded 8 Handheld (WE8H)[16]prior to release, it was designed as the next generation of Windows Embedded Handheld for line-of-business handheld devices and built onWindows Phone 8.1, which it also has compatibility with. Five Windows Embedded 8.1 Handheld devices have been released; Manufactured by Bluebird,HoneywellandPanasonicas listed below.[22]

Currently divided into two brands, FES products are binary identical versions of the OSes as are available in retail but are licensed exclusively for use in embedded devices.[17]They are available for both IA-32 as well as x64 processors.[8]

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Foley, Mary Jo.Microsoft makes first of its Windows Embedded 8 releases generally available ZDNet.

Microsoft Drives the Future of In-Vehicle Infotainment News Center.

Windows Embedded Automotive, formerly Microsoft Auto, Windows CE for Automotive, Windows Automotive, and Windows Mobile for Automotive, is an embedded operating system based on Windows CE for use on computer systems in automobiles. The latest release, Windows Embedded Automotive 7 was announced on October 19, 2010.[18][19]

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Windows Embedded Pro, formerlyWindows Embedded Enterprise,[7]is a brand that consists of non server FES products includingWindows NTWorkstation,Windows 2000Professional,Windows XPProfessional,Windows VistaBusiness and Ultimate,Windows 7Professional and Ultimate,Windows 8Pro, andWindows 8.1Pro. Microsoft renamed Windows Embedded Enterprise to Windows Embedded Pro starting with Windows Embedded 8 Pro.

Kan, Michael (14 November 2012).Microsoft updates roadmap for Windows Embedded, more releases to come.

Tim Hill, Group Program Manager who was in charge of the PM team, and served as the overall architect

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