XP Home vs. Pro vs. Embedded

Peter T. Evensen pevensen at siboneylg.com
Thu Sep 14 12:03:02 EDT 2006


I've used an embedded XP machine (the Akimbo player).  It let's you piece 
together the OS that you want to run on a dedicated piece of 
hardware.    Since it is embedded on something, you know what drivers are 
needed, etc.  You can throw out parts of the OS you know you won't need, 
and so get a more memory and disk-space compact version of XP.

At 12:03 AM 9/14/2006, you wrote:

>On Sep 13, 2006, at 2:44 PM   Sep 13, 2006, Peter T. Evensen wrote:
>
>>According to Wikipedia, embedded can do everything XP can: http:// 
>>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_XP_Embedded
>>
>>It's a version of XP designed for embedded applications.  I think
>>it is a bit more modular.
>
>
>Hi Peter,
>
>Thanks for that link.  It is all becoming a little bit more clear.
>
>
>Mark Talluto
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