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    • #43990

      did someone try it ?

      i think to move to it

    • #50356
      Anonymous

      Isn’t Windows Embedded for thin clients and other types of devices?

      Can you even install it on a regular computer?

      I remember a couple of years ago when I had a thin client in my office that I worked on, it had XP on it and it was pretty basic.

      If you can install it on a regular computer, what kind of benefits would there be over the regular Windows 7 which Embedded 2011 Standard seems to be based on?

      We are talking about using it on a regular computer right?

    • #60175
      Anonymous

      Isn’t Windows Embedded for thin clients and other types of devices?

      Can you even install it on a regular computer?

      I remember a couple of years ago when I had a thin client in my office that I worked on, it had XP on it and it was pretty basic.

      If you can install it on a regular computer, what kind of benefits would there be over the regular Windows 7 which Embedded 2011 Standard seems to be based on?

      We are talking about using it on a regular computer right?

    • #60176
      Anonymous

      Interesting stuff, aviv00! Thanks for posting! 🙂

      @Dark Server 2008 wrote:

      Isn’t Windows Embedded for thin clients and other types of devices?

      That’s also what I thought, but it turns out that it is a Windows version that is fully customizable! I think this is the Windows we could all dream of: every Windows component can be chosen whether you want it to be installed or not! 🙂

      Here are screens I took from the installation (not in order, will fix that later; have an appointment now): http://img209.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=windowsembedded2011ctp2.png

      You should try it in a Virtual Machine too! :geek:

    • #50357
      Arris
      Moderator

      Interesting stuff, aviv00! Thanks for posting! 🙂

      @Dark Server 2008 wrote:

      Isn’t Windows Embedded for thin clients and other types of devices?

      That’s also what I thought, but it turns out that it is a Windows version that is fully customizable! I think this is the Windows we could all dream of: every Windows component can be chosen whether you want it to be installed or not! 🙂

      Here are screens I took from the installation (not in order, will fix that later; have an appointment now): http://img209.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=windowsembedded2011ctp2.png

      You should try it in a Virtual Machine too! :geek:

    • #60177
      Anonymous

      Whoah…….That looks pretty awesome Arris, Ok I’m officially convinced that you can use it as a regular OS.

      Well it really sounds like a dream to configure everything the way you like it and want it, pretty much what I do everytime I install an OS afterwards.

      As the Microsoft :geek: I am I’m probably pretty soon will get the itch to try this out, I can feel it…not long now…

    • #50358
      Anonymous

      Whoah…….That looks pretty awesome Arris, Ok I’m officially convinced that you can use it as a regular OS.

      Well it really sounds like a dream to configure everything the way you like it and want it, pretty much what I do everytime I install an OS afterwards.

      As the Microsoft :geek: I am I’m probably pretty soon will get the itch to try this out, I can feel it…not long now…

    • #50359

      @Dark Server 2008 wrote:

      Whoah…….That looks pretty awesome Arris, Ok I’m officially convinced that you can use it as a regular OS.

      Well it really sounds like a dream to configure everything the way you like it and want it, pretty much what I do everytime I install an OS afterwards.

      As the Microsoft :geek: I am I’m probably pretty soon will get the itch to try this out, I can feel it…not long now…

      yea! i agree with u
      but i duno if working ok like normal os

      yes Arris i think that is very relevant to us

      server users 🙂

    • #60178
      Anonymous

      @Dark Server 2008 wrote:

      Whoah…….That looks pretty awesome Arris, Ok I’m officially convinced that you can use it as a regular OS.

      Well it really sounds like a dream to configure everything the way you like it and want it, pretty much what I do everytime I install an OS afterwards.

      As the Microsoft :geek: I am I’m probably pretty soon will get the itch to try this out, I can feel it…not long now…

      yea! i agree with u
      but i duno if working ok like normal os

      yes Arris i think that is very relevant to us

      server users 🙂

    • #50360

      Once again, Microsoft can never get their facts straight when I ask them a question. 😉

      @Xxcom9a wrote:

      Dear Microsoft,

      1) Can you install WES on a laptop, in a dual-boot configuration?

      2) Can you install WES in Microsoft Virtual PC?

      @Microsoft wrote:

      Windows Embedded Standard is a suite of tools sold to OEMs that allow them to build custom versions of the operating system for their devices. It is for use with a single-purpose device (like an ATM machine or a Kiosk) – in other words it cannot be installed and used as a multi-purpose PC.

      I had asked them this before because Windows Embedded Standard caught my eye. I wasn’t going to download it if I couldn’t use it in VMWare or anything, but if you say it works, then I’m definetely going to try it! 🙂

    • #60179
      Anonymous

      Once again, Microsoft can never get their facts straight when I ask them a question. 😉

      @Xxcom9a wrote:

      Dear Microsoft,

      1) Can you install WES on a laptop, in a dual-boot configuration?

      2) Can you install WES in Microsoft Virtual PC?

      @Microsoft wrote:

      Windows Embedded Standard is a suite of tools sold to OEMs that allow them to build custom versions of the operating system for their devices. It is for use with a single-purpose device (like an ATM machine or a Kiosk) – in other words it cannot be installed and used as a multi-purpose PC.

      I had asked them this before because Windows Embedded Standard caught my eye. I wasn’t going to download it if I couldn’t use it in VMWare or anything, but if you say it works, then I’m definetely going to try it! 🙂

    • #50361
      Arris
      Moderator

      Windows Embedded Standard 2011 CTP2 can be downloaded from here.

      Here is the list of all components that can be chosen during the (x64) setup:

      [+] .NET Framework
      .NET Framework 2.0
      .NET Framework 2.0 Client Profile
      .NET Framework 3.0
      .NET Framework 3.0 Client Profile
      .NET Framework 3.5
      .NET Framework 3.5 Client Profile
      [+] Application Support
      COM OLE Application Support
      COM+ Application Support
      MSMQ
      Win32 Application Runtimes and Libraries
      [+] Boot Environments
      Enhanced Write Filter Boot Environment
      Windows Boot Environment
      [+] Browsers
      [+] Internet Explorer 8
      Internet Explorer 8 Browser
      Internet Explorer 8 Engine and Display
      Internet Explorer 8 Foundation
      [+] Data Access and Storage
      Windows Data Access Components
      Windows Data Access Components - SQL
      [+] Data Integrity
      Shadow Copy Volume Interface
      Shadow Copy Volume Service
      Windows Backup and Restore
      Windows Side by Side
      [+] Device Framework
      Standard Windows USB Stack
      [+] Devices and Printers
      Device Framework
      Device Uer Experience
      Driver Frameworks
      Fax and Scan
      Printing Utilities and Management
      Sensor and Location Platform
      [+] Diagnostics
      Common Diagnostic Tools
      Performance Monitoring
      Problem Reports and Solutions
      User
      [+] Embedded Enabling Features
      [+] Edition Branding
      Unbranded Startup Screens
      Windows Embedded Standard Startup Screens
      Bootable Windows USB Stack
      Custom Logon Desktop Background Images
      Dialog Box Filter
      Enhanced Write Filter with HORM
      File Based Write Filter (FBWF)
      Hide Boot Screens
      Message Box Default Reply
      RAM Disk Controller
      Registry Filter
      Web Services on Devices for .NET
      [+] Fonts
      Bitmap Fonts
      Japanese Fonts
      Japanese Supplemental Fonts
      Korean Fonts
      Korean Supplemental Fonts
      Middle East, South East and South Asian Fonts
      Middle East, South East and South Asian Supplemental Fonts
      Simplified Chinese Fonts
      Simplified Chinese Supplemental Fonts
      Traditional Chinese Fonts
      Traditional Chinese Supplemental Fonts
      TrueType Fonts
      Western Fonts
      Western Supplemental Fonts
      [+] Graphics and Multimedia
      [+] Premium Codecs
      MPEG layer four codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer one and Dolby Digital Codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer three (MP3) Codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer two and H.264 Codecs (license required)
      Audio and Video Engines and Media Foundation
      DirectX and Windows Device Experience
      Graphics Platform
      Image Mastering API V2
      Windows Media Player 12
      [+] International
      [+] IME
      IME Base Components
      IME Japanese Support
      IME Korean Support
      IME Simplified Chinese Support
      IME Traditional Chinese Support
      International Components and Language Services
      Language Pack Setup
      [+] Internet Information Servies - IIS
      [+] IIS 7.0
      IIS 7.0
      Windows Process Activation Service
      [+] Management
      [+] System Management
      Group Policy Management
      Microsoft Management Console (MMC)
      System Management Administrative Tools
      System Management Utilities
      Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
      [+] Windows Update
      Windows Update Standalone Installer
      Windows Update User Interface
      Parental Control
      Power Management
      Windows Application Compatibility
      Windows PowerShell 2.0
      [+] Networking
      [+] Base
      Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
      Internet Authentication Serivce
      Networking Base
      Networking Foundation
      BITS
      Bluetooth
      Domain Services
      IRDA and UNIMODEM
      Network Access Protection
      Network and Sharing Center
      Network Diagnostics
      Peer Networking
      Quality of Service
      Remote Access Service (RAS)
      Small Networking Services
      Telephony API Client
      Windows Firewall
      Wireless Networking
      [+] Remote Connections
      Remote Desktop Connection
      [+] Security
      [+] Security Credentials
      Credential Roaming Service
      Credentials and Certificate Management
      Windows Authorization Manager (AZMAN)
      Active Directory Rights Management
      AntiMalware
      Application Security
      Bitlocker Secure Startup
      Encrypted File System (EFS)
      Security Base
      Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Management
      Windows Security Center
      [+] System Services
      [+] File System
      Advanced File System
      Core File System
      File and Folder Synchronization
      File Compression Utility
      Simplified Message Block (SMB)
      Remote Procedure Call
      Windows Installer
      [+] User Interface
      [+] Help
      Embedded Core Help Content
      Help and Support Engine
      Remote Assistance
      [+] Microsoft Speech API
      Speech and Text
      Speech Chinese Simplified
      Speech Chinese Traditional
      Speech French
      Speech German
      Speech Japanese
      Speech Spanish
      Speech UK English
      Speech US English
      [+] Windows Shell
      Accessories
      Application User Experience
      Shell Controls and UI Support Functions
      Shell Foundation
      System Control Panel
      Windows Explorer
      Windows Explorer Shell
      Accessibility
      Command Prompt Shell with Custom Shell Support
      DVD Maker
      Mobility Center and SlideShow
      Natural Language 6
      Photo Viewer
      Search Indexing
      Tablet PC Support
      Text Services Framework
      Windows Search

      @xxcom9a wrote:

      I had asked them this before because Windows Embedded Standard caught my eye. I wasn’t going to download it if I couldn’t use it in VMWare or anything, but if you say it works, then I’m definetely going to try it! 🙂

      Haha, I’m curious what they mean with a “multi-purpose PC”! 😉 You should definitely try it! 🙂

      @aviv00 wrote:

      yes Arris i think that is very relevant to us

      That’s for sure! We chose Windows Server because it is a very tiny and clean Windows version by default, and people can add the features needed themselves. With Windows Embedded it is possible to start with almost nothing and choose all features you want during the setup.

      @Dark Server 2008 wrote:

      As the Microsoft :geek: I am I’m probably pretty soon will get the itch to try this out, I can feel it…not long now…

      Shame on us we never looked at this Windows version before! 😳 😉

    • #60180
      Anonymous

      Windows Embedded Standard 2011 CTP2 can be downloaded from here.

      Here is the list of all components that can be chosen during the (x64) setup:

      [+] .NET Framework
      .NET Framework 2.0
      .NET Framework 2.0 Client Profile
      .NET Framework 3.0
      .NET Framework 3.0 Client Profile
      .NET Framework 3.5
      .NET Framework 3.5 Client Profile
      [+] Application Support
      COM OLE Application Support
      COM+ Application Support
      MSMQ
      Win32 Application Runtimes and Libraries
      [+] Boot Environments
      Enhanced Write Filter Boot Environment
      Windows Boot Environment
      [+] Browsers
      [+] Internet Explorer 8
      Internet Explorer 8 Browser
      Internet Explorer 8 Engine and Display
      Internet Explorer 8 Foundation
      [+] Data Access and Storage
      Windows Data Access Components
      Windows Data Access Components - SQL
      [+] Data Integrity
      Shadow Copy Volume Interface
      Shadow Copy Volume Service
      Windows Backup and Restore
      Windows Side by Side
      [+] Device Framework
      Standard Windows USB Stack
      [+] Devices and Printers
      Device Framework
      Device Uer Experience
      Driver Frameworks
      Fax and Scan
      Printing Utilities and Management
      Sensor and Location Platform
      [+] Diagnostics
      Common Diagnostic Tools
      Performance Monitoring
      Problem Reports and Solutions
      User
      [+] Embedded Enabling Features
      [+] Edition Branding
      Unbranded Startup Screens
      Windows Embedded Standard Startup Screens
      Bootable Windows USB Stack
      Custom Logon Desktop Background Images
      Dialog Box Filter
      Enhanced Write Filter with HORM
      File Based Write Filter (FBWF)
      Hide Boot Screens
      Message Box Default Reply
      RAM Disk Controller
      Registry Filter
      Web Services on Devices for .NET
      [+] Fonts
      Bitmap Fonts
      Japanese Fonts
      Japanese Supplemental Fonts
      Korean Fonts
      Korean Supplemental Fonts
      Middle East, South East and South Asian Fonts
      Middle East, South East and South Asian Supplemental Fonts
      Simplified Chinese Fonts
      Simplified Chinese Supplemental Fonts
      Traditional Chinese Fonts
      Traditional Chinese Supplemental Fonts
      TrueType Fonts
      Western Fonts
      Western Supplemental Fonts
      [+] Graphics and Multimedia
      [+] Premium Codecs
      MPEG layer four codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer one and Dolby Digital Codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer three (MP3) Codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer two and H.264 Codecs (license required)
      Audio and Video Engines and Media Foundation
      DirectX and Windows Device Experience
      Graphics Platform
      Image Mastering API V2
      Windows Media Player 12
      [+] International
      [+] IME
      IME Base Components
      IME Japanese Support
      IME Korean Support
      IME Simplified Chinese Support
      IME Traditional Chinese Support
      International Components and Language Services
      Language Pack Setup
      [+] Internet Information Servies - IIS
      [+] IIS 7.0
      IIS 7.0
      Windows Process Activation Service
      [+] Management
      [+] System Management
      Group Policy Management
      Microsoft Management Console (MMC)
      System Management Administrative Tools
      System Management Utilities
      Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
      [+] Windows Update
      Windows Update Standalone Installer
      Windows Update User Interface
      Parental Control
      Power Management
      Windows Application Compatibility
      Windows PowerShell 2.0
      [+] Networking
      [+] Base
      Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
      Internet Authentication Serivce
      Networking Base
      Networking Foundation
      BITS
      Bluetooth
      Domain Services
      IRDA and UNIMODEM
      Network Access Protection
      Network and Sharing Center
      Network Diagnostics
      Peer Networking
      Quality of Service
      Remote Access Service (RAS)
      Small Networking Services
      Telephony API Client
      Windows Firewall
      Wireless Networking
      [+] Remote Connections
      Remote Desktop Connection
      [+] Security
      [+] Security Credentials
      Credential Roaming Service
      Credentials and Certificate Management
      Windows Authorization Manager (AZMAN)
      Active Directory Rights Management
      AntiMalware
      Application Security
      Bitlocker Secure Startup
      Encrypted File System (EFS)
      Security Base
      Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Management
      Windows Security Center
      [+] System Services
      [+] File System
      Advanced File System
      Core File System
      File and Folder Synchronization
      File Compression Utility
      Simplified Message Block (SMB)
      Remote Procedure Call
      Windows Installer
      [+] User Interface
      [+] Help
      Embedded Core Help Content
      Help and Support Engine
      Remote Assistance
      [+] Microsoft Speech API
      Speech and Text
      Speech Chinese Simplified
      Speech Chinese Traditional
      Speech French
      Speech German
      Speech Japanese
      Speech Spanish
      Speech UK English
      Speech US English
      [+] Windows Shell
      Accessories
      Application User Experience
      Shell Controls and UI Support Functions
      Shell Foundation
      System Control Panel
      Windows Explorer
      Windows Explorer Shell
      Accessibility
      Command Prompt Shell with Custom Shell Support
      DVD Maker
      Mobility Center and SlideShow
      Natural Language 6
      Photo Viewer
      Search Indexing
      Tablet PC Support
      Text Services Framework
      Windows Search

      @xxcom9a wrote:

      I had asked them this before because Windows Embedded Standard caught my eye. I wasn’t going to download it if I couldn’t use it in VMWare or anything, but if you say it works, then I’m definetely going to try it! 🙂

      Haha, I’m curious what they mean with a “multi-purpose PC”! 😉 You should definitely try it! 🙂

      @aviv00 wrote:

      yes Arris i think that is very relevant to us

      That’s for sure! We chose Windows Server because it is a very tiny and clean Windows version by default, and people can add the features needed themselves. With Windows Embedded it is possible to start with almost nothing and choose all features you want during the setup.

      @Dark Server 2008 wrote:

      As the Microsoft :geek: I am I’m probably pretty soon will get the itch to try this out, I can feel it…not long now…

      Shame on us we never looked at this Windows version before! 😳 😉

    • #50362
      Anonymous

      Haha that’s true, who would actually thought that it could look this great 😀

      Well I’m going to try it out later when I get home from work because I can’t wait a bloody minute longer for this, thank god you can try it in a virtual environment.

    • #60181
      Anonymous

      Haha that’s true, who would actually thought that it could look this great 😀

      Well I’m going to try it out later when I get home from work because I can’t wait a bloody minute longer for this, thank god you can try it in a virtual environment.

    • #60182
      Anonymous

      this is my config take 3221mb as it say
      optional dependency unmarked
      any suggestion ?:)

      [+] .NET Framework
      .NET Framework 2.0
      .NET Framework 2.0 Client Profile
      [+] Application Support
      COM OLE Application Support
      COM+ Application Support
      Win32 Application Runtimes and Libraries
      [+] Boot Environments
      Enhanced Write Filter Boot Environment
      [+] Browsers
      [+] Internet Explorer 8
      Internet Explorer 8 Browser
      Internet Explorer 8 Engine and Display
      Internet Explorer 8 Foundation
      [+] Data Access and Storage
      Windows Data Access Components
      [+] Device Framework
      Standard Windows USB Stack
      [+] Devices and Printers
      Device Framework
      Device Uer Experience
      Driver Frameworks
      Printing Utilities and Management
      [+] Diagnostics
      Common Diagnostic Tools
      Performance Monitoring
      User
      [+] Embedded Enabling Features
      [+] Edition Branding
      Unbranded Startup Screens
      Bootable Windows USB Stack
      Custom Logon Desktop Background Images
      Dialog Box Filter
      Enhanced Write Filter with HORM
      File Based Write Filter (FBWF)
      Hide Boot Screens
      Message Box Default Reply
      RAM Disk Controller
      Registry Filter
      [+] Fonts
      Middle East, South East and South Asian Fonts
      Western Fonts
      [+] Graphics and Multimedia
      [+] Premium Codecs
      MPEG layer four codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer one and Dolby Digital Codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer three (MP3) Codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer two and H.264 Codecs (license required)
      Audio and Video Engines and Media Foundation
      DirectX and Windows Device Experience
      Graphics Platform
      Image Mastering API V2
      Windows Media Player 12
      [+] International
      International Components and Language Services
      Language Pack Setup
      [+] Management
      [+] System Management
      Group Policy Management
      Microsoft Management Console (MMC)
      System Management Administrative Tools
      System Management Utilities
      Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
      [+] Windows Update
      Windows Update Standalone Installer
      Windows Update User Interface
      Power Management
      Windows Application Compatibility
      Windows PowerShell 2.0
      [+] Networking
      [+] Base
      Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
      Internet Authentication Serivce
      Networking Base
      Networking Foundation
      BITS
      Bluetooth
      IRDA and UNIMODEM
      Network Access Protection
      Network and Sharing Center
      Network Diagnostics
      Peer Networking
      Quality of Service
      Remote Access Service (RAS)
      Telephony API Client
      Windows Firewall
      Wireless Networking
      [+] Remote Connections
      Remote Desktop Connection
      [+] Security
      [+] Security Credentials
      Credential Roaming Service
      Credentials and Certificate Management
      Windows Authorization Manager (AZMAN)
      Application Security
      Bitlocker Secure Startup
      Encrypted File System (EFS)
      Security Base
      Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Management
      Windows Security Center
      [+] System Services
      [+] File System
      Advanced File System [ to boot from vhd ]
      Core File System [ to boot from vhd ]
      File and Folder Synchronization
      File Compression Utility
      Simplified Message Block (SMB) [ from my tests this is need for services.msc to work good ]
      Windows Installer
      [+] User Interface
      [+] Help
      Help and Support Engine
      [+] Windows Shell
      Accessories
      Application User Experience
      Shell Controls and UI Support Functions
      Shell Foundation
      System Control Panel
      Windows Explorer
      Windows Explorer Shell
      Mobility Center and SlideShow
      Photo Viewer
      Search Indexing
    • #50363

      this is my config take 3221mb as it say
      optional dependency unmarked
      any suggestion ?:)

      [+] .NET Framework
      .NET Framework 2.0
      .NET Framework 2.0 Client Profile
      [+] Application Support
      COM OLE Application Support
      COM+ Application Support
      Win32 Application Runtimes and Libraries
      [+] Boot Environments
      Enhanced Write Filter Boot Environment
      [+] Browsers
      [+] Internet Explorer 8
      Internet Explorer 8 Browser
      Internet Explorer 8 Engine and Display
      Internet Explorer 8 Foundation
      [+] Data Access and Storage
      Windows Data Access Components
      [+] Device Framework
      Standard Windows USB Stack
      [+] Devices and Printers
      Device Framework
      Device Uer Experience
      Driver Frameworks
      Printing Utilities and Management
      [+] Diagnostics
      Common Diagnostic Tools
      Performance Monitoring
      User
      [+] Embedded Enabling Features
      [+] Edition Branding
      Unbranded Startup Screens
      Bootable Windows USB Stack
      Custom Logon Desktop Background Images
      Dialog Box Filter
      Enhanced Write Filter with HORM
      File Based Write Filter (FBWF)
      Hide Boot Screens
      Message Box Default Reply
      RAM Disk Controller
      Registry Filter
      [+] Fonts
      Middle East, South East and South Asian Fonts
      Western Fonts
      [+] Graphics and Multimedia
      [+] Premium Codecs
      MPEG layer four codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer one and Dolby Digital Codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer three (MP3) Codecs (license required)
      MPEG layer two and H.264 Codecs (license required)
      Audio and Video Engines and Media Foundation
      DirectX and Windows Device Experience
      Graphics Platform
      Image Mastering API V2
      Windows Media Player 12
      [+] International
      International Components and Language Services
      Language Pack Setup
      [+] Management
      [+] System Management
      Group Policy Management
      Microsoft Management Console (MMC)
      System Management Administrative Tools
      System Management Utilities
      Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
      [+] Windows Update
      Windows Update Standalone Installer
      Windows Update User Interface
      Power Management
      Windows Application Compatibility
      Windows PowerShell 2.0
      [+] Networking
      [+] Base
      Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
      Internet Authentication Serivce
      Networking Base
      Networking Foundation
      BITS
      Bluetooth
      IRDA and UNIMODEM
      Network Access Protection
      Network and Sharing Center
      Network Diagnostics
      Peer Networking
      Quality of Service
      Remote Access Service (RAS)
      Telephony API Client
      Windows Firewall
      Wireless Networking
      [+] Remote Connections
      Remote Desktop Connection
      [+] Security
      [+] Security Credentials
      Credential Roaming Service
      Credentials and Certificate Management
      Windows Authorization Manager (AZMAN)
      Application Security
      Bitlocker Secure Startup
      Encrypted File System (EFS)
      Security Base
      Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Management
      Windows Security Center
      [+] System Services
      [+] File System
      Advanced File System [ to boot from vhd ]
      Core File System [ to boot from vhd ]
      File and Folder Synchronization
      File Compression Utility
      Simplified Message Block (SMB) [ from my tests this is need for services.msc to work good ]
      Windows Installer
      [+] User Interface
      [+] Help
      Help and Support Engine
      [+] Windows Shell
      Accessories
      Application User Experience
      Shell Controls and UI Support Functions
      Shell Foundation
      System Control Panel
      Windows Explorer
      Windows Explorer Shell
      Mobility Center and SlideShow
      Photo Viewer
      Search Indexing
    • #50364
      Arris
      Moderator

      @aviv00 wrote:

      any suggestion ?:)

      If you don’t use BitLocker/EFS you can also remove

      • Bitlocker Secure Startup
      • Encrypted File System (EFS)

      You can’t get it much smaller without losing essential parts I think.

      This afternoon I also cooked some Windows Embedded which started up, but for some reason the Task Manager was missing, and also gadgets that view the CPU/Memory usage didn’t work so I think I did remove too much! 😆

    • #60183
      Anonymous

      @aviv00 wrote:

      any suggestion ?:)

      If you don’t use BitLocker/EFS you can also remove

      • Bitlocker Secure Startup
      • Encrypted File System (EFS)

      You can’t get it much smaller without losing essential parts I think.

      This afternoon I also cooked some Windows Embedded which started up, but for some reason the Task Manager was missing, and also gadgets that view the CPU/Memory usage didn’t work so I think I did remove too much! 😆

    • #50365

      @Arris wrote:

      @aviv00 wrote:

      any suggestion ?:)

      If you don’t use BitLocker/EFS you can also remove

      • Bitlocker Secure Startup
      • Encrypted File System (EFS)

      You can’t get it much smaller without losing essential parts I think.

      This afternoon I also cooked some Windows Embedded which started up, but for some reason the Task Manager was missing, and also gadgets that view the CPU/Memory usage didn’t work so I think I did remove too much! 😆

      thx

      u missed Accessories that why u dont have taskmgr 🙂

    • #60184
      Anonymous

      @Arris wrote:

      @aviv00 wrote:

      any suggestion ?:)

      If you don’t use BitLocker/EFS you can also remove

      • Bitlocker Secure Startup
      • Encrypted File System (EFS)

      You can’t get it much smaller without losing essential parts I think.

      This afternoon I also cooked some Windows Embedded which started up, but for some reason the Task Manager was missing, and also gadgets that view the CPU/Memory usage didn’t work so I think I did remove too much! 😆

      thx

      u missed Accessories that why u dont have taskmgr 🙂

    • #50366

      Hi!

      WinEmbedded 2011 is highly interesting, I tried CTP2 on a VirtualPC and it is really just Windows 7 build 7600 with custom made installation. Are there any other limits – in the virtual machine I could only choose from a limited set of screen resolutions, but I suspect that is due to the “graphics card” that the virtual machine uses.

      I have a new machine coming in that needs an OS and I am strongly considering using the CTP2. Aviv00, does your config work ok?

      /hans

    • #60185
      Anonymous

      Hi!

      WinEmbedded 2011 is highly interesting, I tried CTP2 on a VirtualPC and it is really just Windows 7 build 7600 with custom made installation. Are there any other limits – in the virtual machine I could only choose from a limited set of screen resolutions, but I suspect that is due to the “graphics card” that the virtual machine uses.

      I have a new machine coming in that needs an OS and I am strongly considering using the CTP2. Aviv00, does your config work ok?

      /hans

    • #50367

      yea but its miss things like calc

      btw the rc version should be out soon


      Coming soon!

      Windows Embedded Standard 2011 Release Candidate (RC) is coming soon! Please watch for an announcement in February.
    • #60186
      Anonymous

      yea but its miss things like calc

      btw the rc version should be out soon


      Coming soon!

      Windows Embedded Standard 2011 Release Candidate (RC) is coming soon! Please watch for an announcement in February.
    • #60187
      Anonymous

      @aviv00 wrote:

      btw the rc version should be out soon

      That’s nice, hope to see it released soon! 🙂 In the meantime I created an expandable treeview of all Windows Embedded Standard 2011 CTP2 components which we can update later to the list of RC/RTM components, including descriptions of what the various are actually needed for. Maybe it’s an idea to make it editable so the explanations for the different components, but that’s for later.

    • #50368
      Arris
      Moderator

      @aviv00 wrote:

      btw the rc version should be out soon

      That’s nice, hope to see it released soon! 🙂 In the meantime I created an expandable treeview of all Windows Embedded Standard 2011 CTP2 components which we can update later to the list of RC/RTM components, including descriptions of what the various are actually needed for. Maybe it’s an idea to make it editable so the explanations for the different components, but that’s for later.

    • #60188
      Anonymous

      Release Candidate (RC) for Windows Embedded Standard is here!‏
      https://connect.microsoft.com/windowsembedded/Downloads

      We are excited to announce that the Windows Embedded Standard 7 Release Candidate (RC) build is available for download from Connect today! You may download Windows Embedded Standard 7, formerly known as Windows Embedded Standard 2011 here or via Connect under Downloads.

      The Standard 7 RC is an important build as it means we are very close to the final build of Windows Embedded Standard 7. Please download and test it right away! Use the Connect Feedback forms here to submit your feedback.

      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC is being provided as 5 download packages:

      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC Toolkit: this .ISO will install the Image Configuration Editor (ICE) tool which is meant to be run on a development machine
      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC 32bit Bootable IBW: this .ISO will install Image Builder Wizard (IBW) for 32bit machines to be run on a target device
      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC 64BIT Bootable IBW: this .ISO will install Image Builder Wizard (IBW) for 64bit machines to be run on a target device
      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC MPEG2 Audio and Dolby Package: includes the MPEG2 Audio and Dolby Premium Codecs for 32bit and 64bit machines
      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC Documentation: Release Notes and a What’s New document that will help you focus your testing on specific areas
      Thank you for your continued participation! If you have any questions please feel free to contact [email protected].

      -The Windows Embedded team

    • #50369

      Release Candidate (RC) for Windows Embedded Standard is here!‏
      https://connect.microsoft.com/windowsembedded/Downloads

      We are excited to announce that the Windows Embedded Standard 7 Release Candidate (RC) build is available for download from Connect today! You may download Windows Embedded Standard 7, formerly known as Windows Embedded Standard 2011 here or via Connect under Downloads.

      The Standard 7 RC is an important build as it means we are very close to the final build of Windows Embedded Standard 7. Please download and test it right away! Use the Connect Feedback forms here to submit your feedback.

      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC is being provided as 5 download packages:

      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC Toolkit: this .ISO will install the Image Configuration Editor (ICE) tool which is meant to be run on a development machine
      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC 32bit Bootable IBW: this .ISO will install Image Builder Wizard (IBW) for 32bit machines to be run on a target device
      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC 64BIT Bootable IBW: this .ISO will install Image Builder Wizard (IBW) for 64bit machines to be run on a target device
      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC MPEG2 Audio and Dolby Package: includes the MPEG2 Audio and Dolby Premium Codecs for 32bit and 64bit machines
      Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC Documentation: Release Notes and a What’s New document that will help you focus your testing on specific areas
      Thank you for your continued participation! If you have any questions please feel free to contact [email protected].

      -The Windows Embedded team

    • #60189
      Anonymous

      hello

      i have been tired to install the package from
      WES 2011 of superfetch
      and its got installed but its not working

      i check the services.msc its wasnt there
      u have any idea ?
      how its could be solved ?

      I installed the RC with some configuration (don’t remember which features I checked) and it works fine: screenshot.

      Reinstall it and try to find out which features you need to install! I might take a look at it again this weekend.

    • #50370
      Arris
      Moderator

      hello

      i have been tired to install the package from
      WES 2011 of superfetch
      and its got installed but its not working

      i check the services.msc its wasnt there
      u have any idea ?
      how its could be solved ?

      I installed the RC with some configuration (don’t remember which features I checked) and it works fine: screenshot.

      Reinstall it and try to find out which features you need to install! I might take a look at it again this weekend.

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