Microsoft unveils redesigned WindowsEmbedded.com

Microsoft has just taken the wrapping paper off of one of its newest websites, windowsembedded.com.  The new site was launched today at 10AM PST and is a new effort to help those who use the software and systems.

The new website is supposed to help optimize the experience of looking for resources. It has been given greater visibility to search engines, 4x as much content as before and site now offers something for all Windows Embedded groups.

From the Windows Embedded Blog

  • Increased discoverability through search engines:  Each page, file and nugget of content has been optimized for search engines
  • Not just for pre-sales developers anymore:  the site now offers something for all our Windows Embedded audiences:  Developers (pre- & post-sale), IT Pro, BDM, TDM, Enterprises and Consumers
  • Developer content organized by Top Tasks
  • Worldwide events search
  • Quadruple the amount of content

For those not familiar with Windows Embedded, it "is a set of operating systems and tools that can help device manufacturers reduce time to market and improve connected device performance. Windows Embedded technology powers embedded systems that enable organizations to connect to IT infrastructure, increase staff efficiency, and improve customer satisfaction."

The new site looks clean and more user friendly which should help out users who are looking for information about the services offered. Also, "this is only the beginning as over the next 6 weeks new features and functionality will be added to the site to enhance the experience."

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