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Author Components and Customize Shells (Windows Embedded Standard 2009)

4/23/2012

You can customize your run-time image by creating components for your applications and device drivers and by using or customizing a shell. Custom components include only the functionality, resources, and dependencies that you need, and they allow for a smaller, tighter, and more reliable run-time image. Custom shells give you the ability to finely tune the end-user experience.

Application and Device Driver Components

Describes how to create custom application and device driver components.

File Conversion with EConvert

Describes how to use the EConvert tool to convert text files of known formats, such as .inf and .pmq, into component definition (.sld) files.

Remote Debugging

Describes how to debug applications remotely.

Shell Customization

Describes how to choose from, and customize, shells in the run-time image.

Using Macro Components

Describes how to create macro components to bundle components that must appear together in a configuration.

Author Components and Customize Shells

Describes the componentization phase of the development process. During this phase you create components for your applications and device drivers, create custom shells, and customize existing shells.

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