XP Home vs. Pro vs. Embedded

Peter T. Evensen pevensen at siboneylg.com
Wed Sep 13 17:44:38 EDT 2006

According to Wikipedia, embedded can do everything XP can: 

It's a version of XP designed for embedded applications.  I think it is a 
bit more modular.

At 04:19 PM 9/13/2006, you wrote:

>On Sep 13, 2006, at 12:56 PM   Sep 13, 2006, Chipp Walters wrote:
>>There should not be any robustness issues whatsover between XP home
>>and Pro. Regarding your question, the answer is 'NO', unless you need
>>to access multiple networked workgroups from your kiosk (I suggest
>>not), you are fine with Win XP home. In fact, I use WinXP home both at
>>home and at work-- never with any problems. Wish I could say the same
>>about my Tiger Mac.
>Chipp or anyone else,
>What is the main difference between Embedded and other forms of
>Windows?  Can it do everything the others can do?
>Mark Talluto
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