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Windows XP Embedded Step by Step Paperback – January 1, 2003
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If you are looking for details about some of the 10,000 components in the XP Embedded component database, this book does not have anything.
If you want all the installation and tool operation information in one place, this book is for you. If you want more in depth information about what the XP embedded components do, save your money.
Want to build a headless system? That's Exercise 10. Want to implement Enhanced Write Filter and boot from CD ROM? That's Exercises 12 and 13. Create a custom component? Exercise 15.
To suggest that the book "doesn't include anything that can be usefull [sic] when developing with/for Windows XPe" (especially to someone who has never tried to boot XPE from CD ROM) is ludicrous - check the XPE newsgroups and you will see that many of the questions posed by newbies can be answered by completing the exercises.
Sometimes books get a bad review and that's fine, but unsubstantiated flames cannot go unanswered.
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While it may have been useful in 2003, in 2010 the book tells very little that can not be learned from the online documentation. Read morePublished on July 19, 2010 by Brian D. Pendell
This book is truly step-by-step. It may be too basic for experienced developers (consider "Windows XP Embedded Advanced") but it gives a clear-cut sequence to getting your first... Read morePublished on October 13, 2007 by Jeffrey L. Cooper
I'm an embedded software engineer and my current project involves developing product for XPe based platform. Read morePublished on November 7, 2003 by Ellias
...is to buy this book! I was able to learn all I needed to know about creating a custom XP Embedded operating system in a short amount of time. Read morePublished on March 17, 2003