Windows CE End-of-Life: How to Migrate and Keep Your Medical Device OS Updatedby@andreysolovev
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Windows CE End-of-Life: How to Migrate and Keep Your Medical Device OS Updated

by Andrey Solovev13mJuly 7th, 2021
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Windows CE end of life has become a serious worry for the users of this operating system since Microsoft announced its discontinuation. Microsoft discontinued support for the family of Windows CE operating systems. Windows CE is a real-time operating system that is able to react in a split second and provide continuous operation of the equipment, preventing it from malperformance. The OS has been used in a wide range of medical devices, from low-power screening devices designed for collecting, recording, and transmitting data, to highly complex medical equipment.

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