Author Components and Customize Shells (Windows Embedded Standard 2009)
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.