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.
In This Section
- 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.