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Information on original Pocket PC:

Pocket PC
Pocket PC  Format Pages

  1. Screen Shots
  2. Microsoft Reader
  3. ZioGolf Screen Shots
  4. FAQ
  5. Pocket PC Tour, Sheraton, Boca Raton, Florida
  6. Pocket PC Launch
  7. Pocket PC Comparison
  8. Pocket PC Rugged Comparison
  9. Pocket PC Feature Comparison
  10. Pictures
  11. Reader Books
  12. MS Money Sync Tips
  13. Pocket Money and Multiple Partnerships
  14. Storing AvantGo Channels on CompactFlash
  15. Mapping the Casio E-115 Joypad in Media Player
  16. Pocket PC Bugs

Pocket PC Phone

  1. Comparison
  2. Pictures

Applications - Pocket PC

  1. 7 Day Event View
  2. CEWebInstallX
  3. RegKing
  4. Undocumented ActiveSync Keys
  5. Killsync
  6. Resync


    Ages of Empires

    Bob the Pipe Fitter
    Bricks and Balls: Two eSoft Games get an Update
    Crystal Cracker
    Defender and Robotron 2084
    Devil Darts
    Links Pocket PC Edition
    Pocket EverQuest
    Sea Strike
    Shanghai Pocket Essentials

    Siberian X

    Soccer Addict
    Ultimate Underworld for Pocket PC Review
    When Life Gives You Lemons….. Hexacto's Lemonade, Inc.

    Guide to Writing Pocket PC Game Reviews


Bob the Pipe Fitter
Crystal Cracker
Shanghai Pocket Essentials

Soccer Addict

Version Information

Windows CE Versions Overview
Windows Mobile Application Names
ActiveSync Versions FAQ
Microsoft Mobile Lifecycle FAQ


802.11 Wireless LAN Configuration
802.11a FAQ
802.11g FAQ
Accessing Corporate E-Mail
ActiveSync 3.1
ActiveSync 3.5
ActiveSync 3.6
ActiveSync 3.7
ActiveSync Backup and Restore Guide
ActiveSync in the Enterprise - Common Problems and Solutions
ActiveSync Troubleshooting Guide
ActiveSync Versions FAQ

Are Pocket PCs Starving?
Battery Usage

Communicating between Palm and Windows CE
Compaq WL-100 Driver Installation
Document and Demonstrate Windows CE
Initial Configuration Recommendations<
iPAQ Combo Cable Project

Lilla's Thorough Reinstall for iPAQ USB Problems
Managing your Menus
Mapping the Casio E-115 Joypad in Media Player
Network Utilities
Optimizing Web Servers for Wireless
Overclocking Windows CE
Pocket PC Antivirus Becomes a Necessity
Pocket PC Protocol Summary
Pocket PC USB Connection Issues - Insights, Procedures & Tips from Microsoft
RAM Upgrades
Removing ActiveSync 3.X

Securing the Pocket PC – A Threat Assessment
Sharing a Cable or DSL Connection with your PC Companion
Storing AvantGo Channels on CompactFlash
Synchronizing with the Macintosh
Top Connection Issues with iPAQ Pocket PC, Plus Recommended Procedures
WAP Browser FAQ

Pocket PC FAQ Wiki - A great place to start learning about Windows Mobile!


Compaq Dual PC Card Sleeve
Casio E-115 & Pocket PC - D. Corsi
Casio E-125 & 1GB IBM MicroDrive Review - Justin Yu
Casio EM-500 Review - Justin Yu
Casio EG-800 Review by Justin Yu
Compaq iPAQ Rom Upgrade
Flak Jacket for iPAQ

Flak Jacket iPAQ PC Card Case
Hewlett Packard Jornada 548 Pocket PC Review
iPAQ Case Review
iPocket Bungee Review
Lured by the Dark Side
NexiPak Review
PCE2000 / Times2Tech iPAQ RAM Upgrade
PocketLANce vs Pocket PC 2002
Pocket PCs - Not Quite There - P. Bennett
Pocket PC Notes - Kevin Altis
Pocket PC Security
Pocket PC vs. Palm: Which is Better for Games?
Silver Slider 5 Review
sonicadmin Review

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