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Release Candidate (RC) for Windows Embedded Standard is here!&#820

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Release Candidate (RC) for Windows Embedded Standard is here!‏

https://connect.microsoft.com/windowsembedded/Downloads

We are excited to announce that the Windows Embedded Standard 7 Release Candidate (RC) build is available for download from Connect today! You may download Windows Embedded Standard 7, formerly known as Windows Embedded Standard 2011 here or via Connect under Downloads.

The Standard 7 RC is an important build as it means we are very close to the final build of Windows Embedded Standard 7. Please download and test it right away! Use the Connect Feedback forms here to submit your feedback.

Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC is being provided as 5 download packages:

Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC Toolkit: this .ISO will install the Image Configuration Editor (ICE) tool which is meant to be run on a development machine

Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC 32bit Bootable IBW: this .ISO will install Image Builder Wizard (IBW) for 32bit machines to be run on a target device

Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC 64BIT Bootable IBW: this .ISO will install Image Builder Wizard (IBW) for 64bit machines to be run on a target device

Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC MPEG2 Audio and Dolby Package: includes the MPEG2 Audio and Dolby Premium Codecs for 32bit and 64bit machines

Windows Embedded Standard 7 RC Documentation: Release Notes and a What's New document that will help you focus your testing on specific areas

Thank you for your continued participation! If you have any questions please feel free to contact ewtap@microsoft.com.

-The Windows Embedded team

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