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Developing a Target Device by Using a Design Template (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)


This section provides general information on developing a target device by using a design template. It includes information that can help you with selecting a design template, customizing the OS design, downloading the built run-time image to a Windows Embedded CE PC-based hardware platform (CEPC), debugging and testing the run-time image, and learning about migration, security, and registry settings.

Overview of Design Templates for Developing a Target Device

Provides descriptions of each design template available in the Windows Embedded CE OS Design Wizard.

Building a Run-Time Image for a Target Device

Describes how to create a Windows Embedded CE run-time image for a target device.

Customizing an OS Design

Provides guidelines and suggestions for customizing an OS design.

Downloading a Run-Time Image to a CEPC

Provides instructions on downloading a built run-time image to a CEPC.

Debugging and Testing a Run-Time Image

Describes strategies for debugging and testing a run-time image.

Migrating an OS Design

Provides information for migrating an OS design from an earlier version of Windows Embedded CE.

OS Design Best Practices

Provides links to best practices for developing specific types of target devices.

OS Design Security

Provides links to information about security for specific types of target devices.

OS Design Registry Settings

Provides links to information about registry settings for specific types of target devices.

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