Windows CE 6.0

Windows Embedded CE 6.0
Version of Microsoft Windows
OS familyWindows CE
Architecturex86, MIPS, ARM
Release date2006-11-01
Support end2018-06-10
Windows CE 5.0
Replaced by
Windows Embedded Compact 7

Windows Embedded CE 6.0 (codenamed Yamazaki), is the sixth major revision of the Windows CE embedded operating system, being released on 1 November 2006, one week before the official release of Windows Vista to RTM. This particular version ran on x86, ARM, and MIPS microarchitectures. Included among its major features were an increase of the maximum concurrent processes from 32 to 32,768, and the total process address space from the 32MB available to applications in previous versions to 2GB.

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