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Application: Industrial Automation & Control

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Stealth products are the go-to choice for many industrial automation and control applications. Stealth offers a wide breadth of industry proven hardware that is compatible with industry standard HMI software from Rockwell, Wonderware, Iconics, GE Fanuc, Pro-face, CIMPLICITY, Siemens, Indusoft, Schneider Electric etc.

  • Touchscreen LCD Monitors – Panelmount sizes from 6.5″ to 26″, NEMA 4/IP65 Environmentally Sealed, Resistive or Capacitive Touch Screen
  • Fanless Computing – Rugged, highly reliable fanless PCs that operate without noisy cooling fans that could draw in dirt and dust causing catastrophic failures.

Stealth Computer’s Custom Hardware Services – Hardware & Software Integration/Configuration


Stealth’s Custom Hardware Services – Hardware & Software Integration/Configuration

Since 1990 Stealth.com Inc. (Stealth Computer) has been designing and manufacturing high-performance, ruggedized, industrial-grade computer systems and peripherals. One of the keys to our success is having the flexibility to meet the exact needs of our customers, from one-off configurations to large production rollouts.

Leverage our experience – and have a complete solution delivered to your door allowing you to focus your energy on what you do best.…

Stealth Support of Windows XP after April 8th, 2014

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As we have previously reported, April 8, 2014 marks the official end of Windows XP support from Microsoft. On April 8, 2014 security updates will stop being issued for the aging but still popular operating system.

Moving forward Stealth recommends the Windows 7, 64-bit operating system as a base for all of its new and existing systems. If you still require Windows XP for your specific application it can still be provided on new orders upon request by purchasing Windows 7 and exercising your Windows 7 Downgrade rights.…

Windows XP Support to End on April 8th, 2014

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What are your options?

April 8th, 2014 will mark the end to one of the most successful operating systems ever produced for the personal computer. On that date Microsoft will officially stop supporting Windows XP, first released to hardware vendors almost 14 years ago on August 24th, 2001.

The ending for support for XP by Microsoft doesn’t mean you’re Windows XP machine will suddenly stop working on that date however it does mean that Microsoft will no longer provide technical support or provide any new security fixes or hotfixes.…

Microsoft to end Windows XP support in one year

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Microsoft is warning that in just one year on April 8, 2014, that it will stop delivering security updates for Windows XP, ending support for the operating system which is still one of the most popular and widely used in the world. Microsoft on several of it’s blog posted about Window XP’s end date urging businesses to upgrade before time runs out.

“You should take action to move off of Windows XP,” Microsoft said Monday. “After April 8, 2014, there will be no new security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted support options, or online technical content updates.”

netmarketshareMost Windows XP support for regular consumers ended in 2009, although security updates have continue to roll in since then.…

Windows 7 overtakes XP on the eve of Windows 8 release

The steady rise of Windows 7 has finally accumulated with the overtaking of Windows XP in the past year to become the most widely used Operating System worldwide. Windows 7’s rise to the top comes on eve of release of Windows 8 which is expected to be released to computer manufacturers in July just three years after the release of Windows 7.

For more than ten years Windows XP has held strong as the top OS in the face of newer versions.…