For safety, then, we recommend that you back-up your computer, so you can restore data in the event of a problem.Before you start following any of the instructions here, or perform an update using this trick, back-up the Registry.Important system files and the Registry will be backed up.System Restore will back up important system files and the Windows Registry You can restore them by restoring the Restore Point you created either in the normal Windows version of System Restore or by starting your computer in Safe Mode if it won't boot into normal Windows.The beauty of the two systems being so interlinked is that updates designed for one system should work on the other.As discovered on Beta News, tricking your home edition of XP into thinking its Windows Embedded POSReady means you get updates for the next five years.Next, right-click the Desktop and select New, Text Document. If you've got the right file extension, the icon image will change from one of a document to one with a blue cube.
With that done you're ready to install the Registry hack and get installing the new updates.
If you can’t update wirelessly on your i OS device, you can update manually using i Tunes on a computer that you trust.
If your computer is using Personal Hotspot on the i OS device that you’re updating, connect your computer to a different Wi-Fi or Ethernet network before you update.
Rather, Microsoft is continuing to support Windows Embedded Industry for another five years until April 2019.
Previously called Windows Embedded POSReady, this OS is a special version of Windows XP designed for use in industrial systems, such as cash registers and ATMs.