Embedded operating systems, computer science, Basic Computer Science

Embedded Operating Systems, Devices have EOS built-in, OPERATING SYSTEM embed on the System itself, Cell phones, PDAs, medical equipment

Fast, Application specific

Stable as well as quick

Windows XP embedded

Depending on Windows XP

Customized for each device

Examples Processor in modern washing machines, Cell phones, Control systems etc

Windows CE

Not depending on a desktop OPERATING SYSTEM

Customized for each device

PDA and mobile phones

Palm OPERATING SYSTEM

Standard on Palm PDA

First PDA OS for consumers

Can be found on mobile phones

Pocket PC

Developed to compete with Palm

Not customizable

Interacts securely with business networks

Can manage PCs through PC

Symbian

Found in smart mobile phones

Games, Immediate Messaging, Web

Color show

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