No not the type you look out of but the ones on your PC’s and other devices including some you might not have even realized were running a version of Windows.

With the impending end of support for Windows XP in less than three weeks there has been plenty of talk about at least one version of Windows Embedded, the one you find in many ATM’s, which is a huge focus and concern.

However, Windows is in many other places.

Have you ever tried counting how many Windows Embedded platforms you use every day? From the time we get up, to our commute, and throughout our workday, errands and recreation — a Windows Embedded platform is quietly making each experience faster, easier or better connected.

This video from October 2011 highlights some of those embedded places:

I imagine that 3 1/2 years later there are even more devices running the embedded version of Windows.

Do you know of any?