How to Install Windows Embedded CE 6.0
By Noah Kain
When choosing a computer, you have a variety of options when it comes to operating systems. Microsoft, which is known for its Windows XP, Vista and 7 operating systems, has developed an operating system known as Windows Embedded CE, which is often used on point-of-sale and real-time devices. If you are interested in alternative operating systems, you should consider Microsoft's Windows Embedded CE 6.0 operating system, which you can install in a few easy-to-follow steps.
Check the system specs of your computer by clicking the start menu and selecting "about this computer." In order to run Windows Embedded CE 6.0, you need to have a 933 MHz processor, 512 MB of RAM, 18 GB of available hard drive space, 1 GB of available space on the system drive, a DVD-ROM drive and a monitor.
Download the Windows Embedded CE 6.0 files. Click the link in the Resources section, then click the button labeled "download" next to the file labeled "CE6R3.iso." When the window opens asking you where you would like to save the file, choose your computer's desktop.
Install Windows Embedded CE 6.0 on your computer. On your computer's desktop, find the file labeled "CE6R3.iso," right-click it and select the option to "open" or "run" the file. Follow the steps on the installation wizard to properly install Windows Embedded CE 6.0 on your computer.
Noah Kain began writing in 2008 for Baltimore Metromix, reviewing restaurants, music and national politics. In 2010 he had three poems published in "Stevenson University's Spectrum Literary Magazine" and has also recorded albums and toured with his band, Mother Nature's Son. Kain graduated from Stevenson University with a Bachelor of Science in interdisciplinary studies and a focus in English and film.