XP Embedded vs. Desktop Windows OS

Discussion in 'Windows XP Embedded' started by phshentu, Feb 13, 2009.

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    phshentu Guest

    I am thinking if Win XPE or Windows Embedded Standard can be used as a Live
    in CD OS to run test tools when we are manufacturing PC system with new
    chipset/CPU/other hardware, because of its smaller size and quicker
    installation/bootup speed comparing to normal destop Windows OS.

    Can anybody here have some comments on this? Thanks in advance!
     
    phshentu, Feb 13, 2009
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    Bing.Chen Guest

    Dear phshentu,

    I suggest you to use USB boot.

    It has better boot speed and simpler production process.

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    >I am thinking if Win XPE or Windows Embedded Standard can be used as a Live
    > in CD OS to run test tools when we are manufacturing PC system with new
    > chipset/CPU/other hardware, because of its smaller size and quicker
    > installation/bootup speed comparing to normal destop Windows OS.
    >
    > Can anybody here have some comments on this? Thanks in advance!
     
    Bing.Chen, Feb 16, 2009
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