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June 13, 2013 at 7:30 AM

Microsoft releases Windows Embedded Compact 2013

Microsoft launched today Windows Embedded Compact 2013, the newest version of the company’s embedded operating system for small industry devices used in retail, manufacturing and healthcare.

The newest version includes new support for Visual Studio 2012, allowing developers to build Windows Embedded Compact-based platforms using tools such as the latest ARM and x86 compilers. It also includes improved memory management, networking capabilities and file-system performance, according to Microsoft.

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