Windows ce. Net expert Feature Select Form



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Windows CE .NET Expert Feature Select Form




Communication Services and Networking





Feature

Description

□Wired Local Area Network (802.3, 802.5)

A service that allows access to local area networks, such as Ethernet (802.3) and Token Ring (802.5). This includes support for 802.11, HPNA, DSL, and so on, which typically emulate Ethernet.

□Wireless LAN (802.11) - Zero Configuration & 802.1x

A Zero Configuration service that enables seamless roaming from one 802.11 network to another, as well as simplifies user configuration of 802.11 networks.802.1x enables authentication and automatic WEP key management for 802.11.

□Bluetooth with Integrated UART-Only Driver

A subset of Bluetooth with only UART driver support.


□Bluetooth with Integrated USB-Only Driver

A subset of Bluetooth with only USB driver support.


□Bluetooth with Universal Loadable Drivers

A short-range wireless technology that enables data communication between devices. Provides the capability for using a Bluetooth-enabled cellular phone as a data modem, exchanging information with other Bluetooth devices, and providing network access.

□IrDA

An infrared protocol that works with Microsoft Win32® APIs. Used to transfer data between IrDA-compliant devices.

□Dial Up Networking (RAS/PPP)

Point to Point Protocol (PPP) is a set of industry standard framing and authentication protocols. PPP enables dial-up networking through any server that supports PPP.

□AutoDial

A service that automatically dials and establishes a network connection when a user requires network access.

□Telephony API (TAPI 2.0)

A set of APIS that simplifies and abstracts making and receiving telephony connections between one or more devices.

□Unimodem Support

A TAPI service provider that supports AT command-based modems.

□Virtual Private Networking (PPTP)

A protocol that enables an encrypted and secure connection so a user can communicate or exchange data securely with another IP connected device or a remote network.

□Extensible Authentication Protocol

A standard support mechanism for different authentication methods such as user/password, certificates or other OEM defined method. PPP, PPTP, and 802.1x support the Extensible Authentication Protocol.

□Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)

A collection of services that enable multiple devices to share a single Internet connection.

□Network Bridging

Interconnects network segments in a multiple-segment network by forwarding frames from one segment to another.

□Network Utilities (IpConfig, Ping, Route)

A collection of utilities for troubleshooting various network problems.

□Real-time Communications (RTC) Client API

A set of APIs that enables messaging, presence, and audio (Voice over IP) between any two IP enabled devices.

□Control Point API

An API that allows developers to quickly and easily create products that can discover and control network services and resources that are UPnP enabled.

□Device Host API

An API that allows OEMs to create devices that can advertise services and resources to the rest of the network using UPnP.

□Device Host API (Minimal Subset)

A subset of the device host APIs that provides a very slim API to create UPnP devices.

□Windows Networking API/Redirector (SMB/CIFS)

A service that manages network connections and accesses remote file systems and printers.

□Winsock 2.0

A networking API that provides enhanced capabilities over Winsock 1.1, including installable service providers for additional third-party protocols, as well as MediaSense.

□Core Server Support

A services loader allowing servers to dynamically load, start, and stop. It also provides the ability to dynamically load servers based on network requests to the device.

□FTP Server

A sample server which can be used for copying files to and from a remote device over a TCP/IP network using a standard FTP client.

□RAS Server / PPTP Server (incoming)

A remote server that enables clients to create dial-up RAS or VPN connections to a Windows CE device.

□Telnet Server

A sample server that allows remote administration through a standard Telnet client.

□Web Server (HTTPD)

A lightweight HTTP server that allows remote configuration on headless designs and offers ASP, ISAPI, and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) support.

□Active Server Page (ASP) Support

A server-side scripting environment that allows you to create and run dynamic, interactive Web server applications.

□JScript 5.5

The run-time support for JScript 5.5 Internet scripting language.

□VBScript 5.5

The run-time support for Visual Basic 5.5 Scripting Edition (VBScript) programming language.

□NTLM

A challenge/response authentication protocol compatible with Microsoft LAN Manager.

□Schannel (SSL/TLS)

A protocol for secure authentication and encryption using SSL 2, SSL 3, and Transport Layer Security (TLS/SSL 3.1) public key-based protocols.

□Web Administration ISAPI Extensions

A service that provides remote device configuration, device browsing, file uploading and downloading, as well as registry editing.

Internet Client Services





Feature

Description

□Internet Explorer 5.5 for Windows CE - Standard Components

The components for Internet Explorer 5.5, optimized for Windows CE .NET.

□Internet Explorer 5.5 Sample Browser

A sample application that implements a user interface for Internet Explorer 5.5 for Windows CE.

□TV-Style Navigation Components

The television-style navigation feature in Microsoft Windows CE .NET that gives users a way to navigate through Web pages on devices that have a limited display size and a 5-key navigational system, for example, a television and remote control. Navigational aids include directional tabbing, fixed width layout to eliminate horizontal scrollbars, and the ability to disable vertical scrollbars.

□Pocket Internet Explorer

A compact, limited feature browser for personal digital assistants (PDAs) and other resource-constrained devices.

□Internet Explorer Multiple-Language API

A set of services that support the internationalization of Internet data.

□Internet Explorer Browser Control Host

The Layout Manager ActiveX control to provide navigation and other user-level functionality to Internet client browser applications.

□Internet Explorer HTML/DHTML API

The parsing and rendering engines, including editing, style sheet, and ActiveX support.

□Internet Explorer TV-Style Navigation

The television-style navigation modules.

□Disable Vertical Scroll Bar & Events

A service that disables vertical scroll bars. Vertical scroll bar events are available and applications that host the browser can provide a scroll indicator UI element to replace the scroll bars.

□Directional Tabbing

A spatial navigation system based on the location of selectable objects relative to each other, rather than on the HTML design of the page. In addition, the browser displays a yellow rectangle around the selectable element that currently has focus.

□Fixed-Width Layout

A service that eliminates horizontal scrolling by compressing images and removing extra white space from between objects or within columns on tables. Multiple scrolling areas (frames) are reformatted to fit the fixed widths of the individual scrolling objects.

□URL Moniker Services

The support services for URL Monikers, Hit Logging, Asynchronous Pluggable Protocols and URL Security Zones.

□Windows Internet Services

Base Internet functionality, including support for File Transport Protocol (FTP), Autodial, Auto Proxy, Passport, and Credential Manager.

□Pocket Internet Explorer HTML View (WEBVIEW)

The Pocket Internet Explorer HTML Web view controls.

□Sample IE 5.5 Internet Options Control Panel

A sample application that implements Control Panel for setting Internet Options.

Multimedia Technologies





Feature

Description

□WMA & MP3 Local Playback

A grouping of features to enable Windows Media™ Audio and MP3 playback from a local source.

□WMA & MP3 Streaming

A grouping of features to enable Windows Media Audio and MP3 playback from a streaming source.

□WMV & MPEG-4 Streaming

A grouping of features to enable audio, Windows Media Video, and MPEG-4 playback from a streaming source.

□Audio Compression Manager

A software layer to support transparent run-time audio compression and decompression, wave-form-audio data format selection, filter selection, format conversion, and data filtering.

□GSM 6.10 Codec

A codec for GSM 6.10 audio stream playback within DirectShow®.

□MSFilter Codec

A sample ACM filter that performs format and sample rate conversion and is intended to demonstrate how to write an ACM codec.

□DirectSound®

An API to provide low-latency mixing, hardware acceleration, and direct access to the sound device.

□Waveform Audio

An API to control waveform audio input/output (I/O) devices including hardware audio mixer support.

□Digital Rights Management (DRM)

A method for protecting multimedia content from unauthorized playback or duplication.

□DRM for Portable Devices

The core functionality for DRM. It allows you to transfer content from a desktop computer to the local store of a Windows CE device or to a supported portable media device connected to a Windows CE device.

□DRM License Acquisition OCX

An ActiveX control that enables a device to negotiate the request, acceptance, and transfer of DRM licenses from Microsoft DRM license servers.

□Direct3D®

An API that supports interactive three-dimensional (3-D) graphics applications by allowing device-dependent access to 3-D video display hardware in a device-independent manner.

□Reference Rasterizer

A slow, high-quality software-based renderer used to check Direct3D driver compliance.

□DirectDraw®

An API for 2-D graphics. It allows you to directly manipulate display memory and the hardware blitter. It also provides hardware overlay and flipping surface support.

□DirectMusic®

An API to convert message-based, musical data into wave samples either in hardware or in a software synthesizer.

□ACM Wrapper Filter

A filter to enable a standard Audio Compression Manager driver within DirectShow.

□DirectSound Audio Renderer

A DirectShow filter that communicates with the DirectSound audio subsystem to render audio data.

□G.711 Audio Codec

A codec for G.711 audio stream playback within DirectShow.

□GSM 6.10 Audio Codec

A codec for GSM 6.10 audio stream playback within DirectShow.

□IMA ADPCM Audio Codec

A codec for IMA ADPCM audio stream playback within DirectShow.

□MP3 Codec

A codec for MP3 file playback within DirectShow.

□MPEG-1 Layer 1 & 2 Audio Codec

A codec for MPEG-1 Layer 1 and 2 audio stream playback within DirectShow.

□MS ADPCM Audio Codec

A codec for MS ADPCM audio stream playback within DirectShow.

□Waveform Audio Renderer

A renderer for waveform audio that can be used in a DirectShow filter graph.

□WMA Codec

A codec for Windows Media Audio stream playback within DirectShow. It includes support for Windows Media Audio versions 2.0, 7.0, and 8.0.

□DirectShow Core

An API that provides access to the underlying stream control architecture for applications, and simplifies media playback, format conversion, and capture tasks.

□AVI Filter

A filter to playback legacy video formats through DirectShow.

□MIDI Filter

A filter playback MIDI encoded audio data.

□MPEG-1 Parser/Splitter

A filter that parses and splits MPEG-1 audio and video data for playback within DirectShow.

□Wave/AIFF/au/snd File Parser

A filter that parses the data from any of the following formats for playback within DirectShow: Wave, AIFF, au, and snd.

□Cinepak Video Codec

A codec for Cinepak video stream playback within DirectShow.

□DirectShow Video Renderer

A filter that provides video rendering support for multimedia data.

□MPEG-1 Video Codec

A codec for MPEG-1 video stream playback within DirectShow.

□MS RLE Video Codec

A codec for MS RLE video stream playback within DirectShow.

□QuickTime V2 Video Codec

A codec for QuickTime version 2 video stream playback within DirectShow.

□WMV / MPEG-4 Video Codec

A codec for Windows Media Video stream playback within DirectShow. It includes support for MPEG-4 2.0 and 3.0, MS MPEG-4 ISO 1.0 and Windows Media 7.0 and 8.0.

□DVD-Video (NO CODEC)

A complete middleware framework, including application and driver interfaces, for DVD-video playback applications.

□Windows Media Player Application

A standalone application for playing back various multimedia data formats including Windows Media Audio and video.

□Windows Media Player OCX

A Microsoft ActiveX control you can use to add multimedia playback capabilities to Web pages or COM-based documents and applications.

□Windows Media Technologies

A rich set of components, along with state-of-the-art Windows Media audio/video codecs to enable audio and video streaming.

□ASX v1 and M3U File Support

Support for Advanced Stream Redirector (ASX) 1.0 and M3U play lists.

□ASX v2 File Support

Support for ASX 2.0.

□ASX v3 File Support

Support for ASX 3.0.

□NSC File Support

Support for streaming from Windows Media Station (NSC) files.

□Windows Media Multicast and Multi Bit Rate

Support for IP multicast streaming through Windows Media Station files (NCS) and multibit rate content.

□Windows Media Streaming from Local Storage

Support for playback of Windows Media data from local storage.

□Windows Media Streaming over HTTP

Support for playback of Windows Media data streamed from a Web server.

□Windows Media Streaming over MMS

Support for playback of Windows Media data streamed from a Microsoft Media Server.


Applications and Services Development


Feature

Description

□Active Template Library (ATL)

A C++ template library designed to create small, fast ActiveX® servers. An ActiveX server is a dynamic-link library (.dll) or executable (.exe) file that contains one or more Component Object Model (COM) components. These components can be anything from a simple dialog box to a full ActiveX control.

□ActiveSync

A service manager that maintains a device partnership with a computer host, enabling remote procedure call services and data synchronization.

□FileSync

A service provider that enables file synchronization.

□Inbox Sync

A service that provides a synchronization solution for e-mail. It works in conjunction with Pocket Outlook Object Model (POOM) API.

□Pocket Outlook Database Sync

A service that provides a synchronization solution for PIM (calendar, contacts, and tasks) components. It works in conjunction with POOM API.

□C++ Exception Handling (SEH)

A standard C++ exception handling equivalent to the desktop C++ compilers.

□Run-Time Type Information

A compiler support for Run-Time Type Information (RTTI) equivalent to the desktop C++ compilers.

□Standard IO (STDIO)

The standard input/output library.

□Standard IO ASCII (STDIOA)

The standard input/output ASCII library.

□COM

A midrange implementation of COM and OLE automation that supports only in-process free-threaded objects. This feature requires about 100-200 KB of memory.

□COM Storage

An add-on feature to COM, DCOM, or Minimal COM that provides structured storage functionality.

□DCOM

A full-featured COM implementation equivalent to Windows NT® 4.0 SP5 that includes remote COM and Automation marshaling. Requires approximately 700 KB of memory.

□COM Storage

An add-on feature to DCOM that provides structured storage functionality.

□Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

A standard Internet protocol for monitoring and managing networks. This allows a Windows CE device to function as an SNMP agent.

□Lightweight Database Access Protocol (LDAP) Client

A Lightweight Database Access Protocol (LDAP) and C API that allow you to query, add, update, and delete any directory service, including Active Directory®, that complies with the LDAP specification.

□Message Queuing (MSMQ)

A service that enables applications running at different times to communicate across heterogeneous networks and systems that may be unreliable or temporarily offline.

□SOAP Reliable Messaging Protocol (SRMP)

An XML-based SOAP extension that defines a reliable end-to-end messaging protocol. This adds SOAP-based messaging support to MSMQ using HTTP as a transport.

□Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC)

A comprehensive class library and complete object-oriented application framework designed to build applications, components, and controls. Create anything from a simple dialog box-based application to a sophisticated application that employs the full MFC document/view architecture.

□Object Exchange Protocol (OBEX)

A compact binary protocol that works with Bluetooth and IrDA. It enables a wide range of devices to exchange data in a peer-to-peer fashion, including business cards, files, and contacts.

□Pocket Outlook Object Model (POOM) API

API that allows user applications to access the Personal Information Management (PIM) data stores and manipulate data. The data stores hold calendar, contact, and task data.

□Pocket Outlook Database Sync

A service that provides synchronization for PIM (calendar, contacts, and tasks) components. It works in conjunction with Pocket Outlook Object Model (POOM) API.

□Client

Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) is an XML-based protocol for object exchange and remote procedure calling. The client-side component allows an application to invoke Web service operations described by a Web Services Description Language (WSDL) document.

□Server

A server-side component that allows a Web service to be implemented as a COM object. These calls are described by the WSDL and Web Services Meta Language (WSML) files.

□Standard SDK for Windows CE .NET

A collection of applications and services that provides a common baseline of Windows CE technologies to make it easy to port applications.

□XML Core Services and Document Object Model (DOM)

A service that provides Document Object Model for Base XML functionality.

□XML HTTP

A service that implements the XML HTTP object.

□XML Query Languages (XQL)

A service that supports XQL and XPATH.

□XML Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT)

A service that provides extensible style sheet language translations (XSLT) support.


□XML SAX

A service that provides SAX2 support for event-based parsing of XML documents and includes MSXML Writer.

□XML Minimal Parser

A service that supports parsing based on Simple API for XML (SAX) for resource constrained devices.

Shell and User Interface





Feature

Description

□Command Processor

An application for a command-line-driven shell that provides console input and output and a limited number of commands.

□Console Window

The device driver that displays the window for the console shell.

□Standard Shell

A shell that is similar to the shell on the Windows-based desktop platforms.

□Taskman Sample Shell

A sample shell implementation that includes ALT+TAB handler with the Run dialog box. This shell can be used as is or as a basis for a custom shell.

□Windows Thin Client Shell

The Windows-based Terminal shell and UI.

□Accessibility

A set of accessibility options that allow people with disabilities to use computers more easily.

□Windows XP-like Sample Skin

A sample skin that is similar to the Windows XP UI.

□Network User Interface

A UI that enables users to configure network connections such as Dial Up Network (Modems), Direct Connections (Serial/USB) as well as LAN connections (802.11). In addition, the network UI enables discovery and bonding of Bluetooth-enabled hardware. Also a systray icon is provided to show network status.

□Overlapping Menus

An interface that gives the user the ability to overlap menus to reduce the occupied space.

□Input Method Selection Sample Application

A sample application that allows a user to dynamically choose any available input methods.

□Software-based Input Panel Driver

The software-based input panel device driver.

□SIP for Large Screens

An input method that provides a large keyboard. It allows users to provide input through a software-based input panel displayed on a touch screen.

□SIP for Small Screens

An input method that provides a small keyboard. It allows users to provide input through a software-based input panel displayed on a touch screen.

Fonts


The following table lists the Core OS catalog features that appear in Platform Builder. This category is available only in display-based devices.

Feature

Description

□Arial (Subset 1_30)

Arial font in which the character set matches the font file shipped in Windows CE 3.0.

□Arial Black

Arial font.

□Arial Bold

Bold Arial font.

□Arial Bold Italic

Bold and italicized Arial font.

□Arial Italic

Italicized Arial font.

□Comic Sans MS

Comic Sans MS font.

□Comic Sans MS Bold

Bold Comic Sans MS font.

□Courier New (Subset 1_30)

Courier font in which the character set matches the font file shipped in Windows CE 3.0.

□Courier New Bold

Bold Courier font.

□Courier New Bold Italic

Bold and italicized Courier font.

□Courier New Italic

Italicized Courier font.

□Georgia

Georgia font.

□Georgia Bold

Bold Georgia font.

□Georgia Bold Italic

Bold and italicized Georgia font.

□Georgia Italic

Italicized Georgia font.

□Impact

Impact font.

□Kino

Kino font.

□MSLogo

Bold and italicized Microsoft Logo font.

□Symbol

Symbol font file.

□Tahoma (Subset 1_07)

Tahoma font in which the character set matches the font file shipped in Windows CE 3.0.

□Tahoma Bold

Bold Tahoma font.

□Times New Roman (Subset 1_30)

Times New Roman font in which the character set matches the font file shipped in Windows CE 3.0.

□Times New Roman Bold

Bold Times New Roman font.

□Times New Roman Bold Italic

Bold and italicized Times New Roman font.

□Times New Roman Italic

Italicized Times New Roman font.

□Trebuchet MS

Trebuchet font.

□Trebuchet MS Bold

Bold Trebuchet font.

□Trebuchet MS Bold Italic

Bold and italicized Trebuchet font.

□Trebuchet MS Italic

Italicized Trebuchet font.

□Verdana

Verdana font.

□Verdana Bold

Bold Verdana font.

□Verdana Bold Italic

Bold and italicized Verdana font.

□Verdana Italic

Italicized Verdana font.

□Webdings

Webdings font.

□Wingding

Wingding font.

International





Feature

Description

□English (US) National Language Support Only

The English (USA) locale-specific NLS data only.

□National Language Support (NLS)

The National Language Standards (NLS) data for all supported locales.

□Agfa AC3 Font Compression

Provide decompression code for Agfa AC# compression/decompression technology, which reduces the memory footprint for font files.

□SimSun & NSimSun

The SimSun.TTC font for Simplified Chinese.

□SimSun & NSimSun (Subset 2_50)

A Subset 2_50 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□SimSun & NSimSun (Subset 2_60)

A Subset 2_60 font that includes only the CP1252 and GB2312 characters.

□SimSun & NSimSun (Subset 2_70)

A Subset 2_70 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□SimSun & NSimSun (Subset 2_80)

A Subset 2_80 font that includes only the CP1252, GB2312, and Big5 characters.

□SimSun & NSimSun (Subset 2_90)

A Subset 2_90 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□GB18030 Data Converter

A data converter to handle People's Republic of China GB18030 standard.

□MSPY2 for Windows CE

An intelligent, bigram-based IME for Simplified Chinese that supports Pinyin input and offers a choice between three lexical databases.

□1.1 MB - Minimal Database

The minimal lexical database (1.1 MB) for MSPY2.

□1.3 MB - Compact Database

The compact lexical database (1.3 MB) for MSPY2.

□1.7 MB - Standard Database

The standard lexical database (1.7 MB) for MSPY2.

□Pocket IME

A compact Simplified Chinese Input Method Editor (IME) for Shuang Pin and Pinyin input. The UI is provided as a customizable sample.

□MingLiU & PMingLiU

The MingLiU.TTC font for Traditional Chinese.

□MingLiU & PMingLiU (Subset 2_70)

A Subset 2_70 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□MingLiU & PMingLiU (Subset 2_80)

A Subset 2_80 font that includes only the CP1252 and Big5 characters.

□MingLiU & PMingLiU (Subset 2_90)

A Subset 2_90 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□MSMing

The MSMing.TTF font for Traditional Chinese.

□Pocket IME

A compact Traditional Chinese Input Method Editor (IME) for Phonetic and Chang Jei input. The UI is provided as a customizable sample.

□Handwriting Recognizer Engine (HWX)

A handwriting recognition engine for a specific language. Handwriting recognition engines exist for English, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (Hangul and Hanja). A sample UI is provided for the Traditional Chinese and Korean versions.

□Transcriber Handwriting Recognizer Application

An application for French, German, and English that recognizes all handwriting, whether it is cursive, printed, or a combination of each. In addition to recognizing letters, numbers, and words, Transcriber recognizes common symbols and various control gestures.

□Spelling checker (USA)

An English (United States) spelling checker.

□MS Gothic & MS PGothic & MS UI Gothic

A font for the Japanese language. Contains the JIS0212 standard and Msuigothic file.

□MS Gothic & MS PGothic & MS UI Gothic (Subset 1_50)

A Subset 1_50 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□MS Gothic & MS PGothic & MS UI Gothic (Subset 1_60)

A Subset 1_60 font which contains the Msuigothic file, includes only the CP1252, ShiftJIS/JIS0208, and 6000 non-ShiftJIS characters. This character range matches the range in the MS Gothic & MS PGothic & MS UI Gothic (Reduced 30) font.

□MS Gothic (Subset 1_70)

A Subset 1_70 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□MS Gothic & MS PGothic & MS UI Gothic (Subset 1_80)

A Subset 1_80 font which contains the Msuigothic file that includes only the CP1252 and ShiftJIS/JIS0208 characters and removes 6000 non-ShiftJIS characters.

□MS Gothic & MS PGothic & MS UI Gothic (Subset 1_90)

A Subset 190 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□MS Gothic & MS PGothic & MS UI Gothic (Subset 30)

A Subset 30 font that adheres to ShiftJIS/JIS0208 and does not include the Msuigothic file in the collection.

□MS Gothic & MS PGothic & MS UI Gothic (Subset 30_1_19)

A Subset 30_1_19 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□IME 98

The Japanese Input Method Editor that provides a variety of UI features, with a choice of either Compact or Standard lexical databases.

□Compact Database

The compact database for IME98.

□Standard Database

The standard database for IME98.

□Pocket IME

The Japanese Compact Input Method Editor which allows customization and includes a customizable UI. It includes one default and two optional lexical databases.

□Name/Place Database

The Name/Place lexical database for Japanese Pocket IME.

□Supplemental Database

A supplemental lexical database for Japanese Pocket IME.

□Test IME

The Japanese Test Input Method Editor (IME).

□Multibox HWX Sample UI

A sample Input Method for handwriting that works with the HWX engine.

□Input Method Selector Sample Application

A sample application for selecting any available Input Method at any given moment.

□Kana Soft Keyboard

An on-screen keyboard that enables input of Hiragana and Katakana.

□Romaji / English Soft Keyboard

An on-screen keyboard that enables input of the Western alphabet directly through a traditional keyboard layout.

□Search by Radical

Bushu-kensaku: a search by radical engine that enables complex Kanji character selection based on their radicals.

□Search by Stroke

Soukakusu-kensaku: a search by stroke engine that enables complex Kanji character selection based on the character strokes.

□Gulim (GL_CE)

The Gulim (GL_CE.TTF).font file for Korean that shipped in Windows CE 3.0.

□Gulim & GulimChe (Subset 1_30)

A Subset 1_30 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□Gulim & GulimChe (Subset 1_40)

A Subset 1_40 font without Hanja characters.

□Gulim & GulimChe (Subset 1_50)

A Subset 1_50 font that includes only the 12,13,15,16 PPEM bitmap ranges.

□Gulim & GulimChe (Subset 1_60)

A Subset 1_60 font that contains the Gulim and Gulimche files in the collection.

□IME 97

A Korean Input Method Editor (IME) with a sample customizable UI.

□Korean Soft Keyboard Sample

A sample soft keyboard input method for Korean.

□Multilingual User Interface (MUI)

Support for switching the user interface language. Allows creating one ROM image for multiple target markets.

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Security





Feature

Description

□Authentication Services (SSPI)

A programming interface for user authentication, credential management, and message protection. Available authentication providers include Windows NT LAN Manager (NTLM), Kerberos, and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). Each provider contains different authentication and cryptographic schemes.

□Kerberos

A protocol for mutual authentication between entities.

□NTLM

A challenge/response authentication protocol compatible with Microsoft LAN Manager.

□Schannel (SSL/TLS)

A protocol for secure authentication and encryption using SSL 2, SSL 3, and Transport Layer Security (TLS/SSL 3.1) public key-based protocols.

□Cryptography Services (CryptoAPI 1.0) with High Encryption Provider

A set of cryptographic services that provide basic cryptography support for hashing, encrypting, and decrypting data.

□Certificates (CryptoAPI 2.0)

A superset of CryptoAPI 1.0 that manages X.509 digital certificates.

□Low Encryption Provider (40-bit)

A cryptographic service provider subset of RSA Enhanced that uses smaller public and secret key sizes.

□Smart Card Encryption Provider

A cryptographic service provider for Windows Powered Smart Cards.

Core OS Services





Feature

Description


□Debug Shell

A group of services to enable kernel debugging and remote information of a target device. These include CE Target Control, VMini, KitlFS, and LoadDbg.

□Keyboard & Touch Driver Debugging Sample Applications

A set of four demos: Etcha, for debugging touch driver issues on a platform; KDMsg, for debugging keyboard driver issues on a platform; and both InkSamp and InkSamp2, touch drivers for debugging ink samples.

□Tiny Kernel Test Sample Application

A sample application running Windows CE .NET in its most minimal configuration. The sample works without a file system and demonstrates threads, critical selections and other kernel services that are available.

□Toolhelp API

A tool help DLL that is included in the image.

□Fiber API

A fiber is a unit of execution that must be manually scheduled by the application. Fibers run in the context of the threads that schedule them, and each thread can schedule multiple fibers. Using fibers makes it easier to port applications that were designed to schedule their own threads.

□FormatMessage API

A Win32 API that can return a system error message string based on the value returned by GetLastError.

□FormatMessage API - System Error Messages

An API that contains the system error messages identified in winerror.h and returned by FormatMessage.

□Memory Mapped Files

Win32 file mapping APIs that allow a data file to be mapped into memory and then referenced like a memory pointer. The mapping APIs can also be used to allocate memory that can be shared between processes.

□Message Queue - Point-to-Point

A point-to-point non-UI-based message queue that is used to communicate between threads and processes.





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