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Microsoft positions WinFLP as an operating system that will provide basic computing services on older hardware, while still providing core management features of more recent Windows releases, such as Windows Firewall, Group Policy, Automatic Updates, and other management services. Microsoft does not consider it a general-purpose OS.
WinFLP is a Windows XP Embedded derivative and as such is optimized for legacy PCs. It supports running applications locally, as well as those hosted on a remote server using Remote Desktop. It can be installed on a local hard drive, or configured to run on a diskless workstation.
WinFLP will not be made available through retail or OEM channels. Microsoft sees WinFLP as an inexpensive upgrade option for corporations that have a number of Windows 9x computers, but lack the hardware necessary to support the latest Windows. It is exclusively available to Software Assurance customers. WinFLP excludes Games, Outlook Express and some System Tools, even with a full install (1.1 GB).
WinFLP was originally announced with codenames "Eiger" and "M??nch" in mid-2005. Like other Microsoft Windows codenames at the time, these are names of mountains.
Minimum system requirements
Pentium class processor 233 MHz (300 MHz recommended)
64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended)
500 MB HDD (1 GB recommended)
800x600 or higher display resolution
Consumes by default less RAM than full Windows XP Professional
Supports most 2000/XP applications
Supports basic networking features
Supports most 2000/XP drivers
Updates older machines to modern security specifications
Supports DirectX (Installed with Media Support / DirectX upon OS installation)
Supports extended peripherals such as mouse, keyboard
Supports the ability to launch terminal services client from CD
Issues and limitations
Dial-up networking is available while terminal-based connections have less support
Certain command prompt commands do not exist, e.g.: TSKILL, NET START, others
May have compatibility issues with some programs
May have problems with old drivers
Does not include the Joystick calibration control panel (JOY.CPL)
Does not include the NULL.SYS software device (used by Cygwin to implement /dev/null)
^ Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs (2006-07-17). Retrieved on 2007-02-26. Γ??Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs is not a general-purpose operating systemΓ??
^ Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs (2006-07-17). Retrieved on 2007-02-26. Γ??based on Microsoft Windows XP Embedded Service Pack 2Γ??
^ Microsoft Windows XP Fundamentals for Legacy PCs Screenshots (2007-04-13). Retrieved on 2007-04-13. Γ??Installing all optional components requires 1151 MB of disk spaceΓ??
^ 1.5.24 : "bash: /dev/null: No such file or directory" (Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs). cygwin mailing list archives (2007-03-12). Retrieved on 2007-03-18.
Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs Home Page - Information from Microsoft on this release
Terminal Server Progress and Commitment - PDF presentation; WinFLP is described at the end
Exclusive: Microsoft Windows XP Codenames: "Eiger" and "M??nch" - partial specs on Eiger and M??nch.
Test of Microsoft's Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs at Bink.nu
Screenshot gallery at Bink.nu
HDD only installation - How to install WinFLP without a bootable CDROM drive/