I've been playing with this product for several hours. I tried reducing my Windows 98 to just 12 megabytes of sleek OS, then turned off Virtual Memory altogether after adding some more SDRAM to my embedded system. It worked like a charm. 90% of the fluff of Windows is gone, the ceaseless RAM spooling is gone and I replaced massive resources hogs like Adobe Reader with this lean PDF-reading machine. I gave it a scratch area on the Disk-On-Chip for file compression operations.
Now I am trying once again to get the runtime for .NET working at a decent speed. If I can cram all of this plus Firebird database into a 128 mb flash disk for the initial boot I will have a nigh perfect version of Windows OS with the reliability that Bill Gates forgot. This means I will be able to develop on my good machine in C# and port the executable onto the flash ram for testing.