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Windows XP Embedded

An enhanced version of Windows XP for compact applications such as PDAs, handhelds and other appliances that use the x86 CPU. It supports such features as CompactPCI and the ability to boot from flash memory or CD-ROM. Released in 2001, Windows XP Embedded evolved from the embedded version of Windows NT. In 2008, its name was officially changed to Windows Embedded Standard (Windows CE was renamed Windows Embedded Compact).

Like Windows XP
Unlike Windows CE, Windows XP Embedded can run regular applications and drivers written for Windows XP, but cannot run on CPUs other than x86.

Starting Up from a Read-Only Medium
Since the Windows XP/NT operating systems write data to the boot device on startup, the embedded versions include a write filter that redirects the data to a memory cache when the OS is booted from a read-only medium. See embedded system and Windows CE.
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The result of power estimation using XPE Item Normal Case Conditions Typical, Ambient=50[degrees]C Environment Still Air Core Dynamic Power 183 mW Result Device Static Power 199 mW Total On-Chip Power 382 mW Worst Case Maximum, Junction=100[degrees]C Still Air 183 mW Result 1238 mW 1421 mW Table 6.
SLE: systemic lupus erythematosus; DNA: deoxyribonucleic acid; 8-oxodG: 8-hydroxy-2'-deoxyguanosine; hOGG1: 8-oxoguanine DNA glycosylase; PARP: poly-ADP ribose polymerase; XRCC1: X- ray repair cross-complementing protein 1; ANAs: antinuclear antibodies: Pol polymerase beta; CPDs: pyrimidine cyclobutane dimers; 6-4 PPs: 6-4-pyrimidine pyrimidone photoproducts; UV: ultraviolet radiation; XPA: xeroderma pigmentosum complementation group A; XPC: xeroderma pigmentosum complementation group C; XPE: Xeroderma pigmentosum complementation group E; DDB1 DNA damagebinding protein 1.
XPE-GOF XPE Insulation has been classified as CFC (chlorofluorocarbon) and HCFC (hydrochlorofluorocarbon)-free and has also been identified as a recyclable material.
A spreadsheet-based power estimation tool (XPE) provided by Xilinx is used to preestimate the power consumption of the design by importing data from the ISE.
As it can be seen from Table II the luminous flux of the LED bulb CREE XPE 3x2W is equal to 142.29 lm and the efficiency--36.88 lm/W.
As with many of Gorilla's offerings, this climber has an oversized HX construction platform plus the comfortable XPE zero-G dual-density foam seat.
The exponent m was of the order of 3 in former linear PE (LPE) generations (1), (2), about 30 in cross-linked PE (XPE) [3] and perhaps also in the last LPE generation.
For more complex and detailed power analyses, designers would use the ISE[R] Design Suite's XPower Estimator (XPE) and the XPower Analyzer (XPA) tools running on a workstation.
Highlights include welded, all-steel HX construction, Gorilla's XLS (Extreme Leveling System), an extra-wide ComfortMesh flip-up seat, XPE dual-density foam backrest and armrests, Gorilla's Exclusive XT-6 red nylon bushings and washers for silence, a solid, one-piece footrest and fully adjustable backpack straps.
VXL virtualization software delivers an excellent user experience and is fully compatible with operating systems provided by VXL including, PXE, Sylph-OS, SUSE, GIO2 Linux, XPe, WES and Windows CE 6.0, for seamless integration with backend server systems.
VXL virtualization software is compatible with several operating systems provided by the company, including PXE, Sylph-OS, SUSE and GIO2 Linux, XPe, WES and Windows CE 6.0.