For Wes, EWF is default enable, so just after reboot, the settings will been restored. If EWF is been disable, then you have to reinstall OS to restore settings.
For Cos, at traditional interface, there is an option After entering the administrator mode, click the "Restore Settings" icon.
With Centerm Y cable, both Cos and Wes system can support dual display, both duplicate mode and extend mode.
EWF(Enhanced Write Filter) is used to protect volume, which means if it keep enable, any changes at C:/ won’t take effect, after reboot, C:/ will be recovered
You can disable it at Control panel->Terminal configuration-> input password: Admin, then choose C:/-> click disable, then system will reboot.
For Wes7, you must login with administrator account and have EWF disable, then installing, after that, enable EWF.
For Cos, please send the program to Centerm, then we will prepare a.dat format patch, then send to you to test.
We have DDS tool, TCP/UP tool and ghost tool, you can get from our technician.
Wes7 (windows embedded standard 7) is a simple version of windows7, without some components which are not often used, make Wes 7 more smaller and more stable.
Centerm devices with X86 platform can support windows, but we recommend wes system which have smaller size and same function as windows.
Yes, but need set at Cloud Service, Device –redirection->Remote audio playback-> “Play on this device” Remote audio recording-> “Record on this device”.
Can run Java8.0, but can’t call through browser, ARM platform can not support Flash at present.