Windows CE makes its mark in apps

April 2001
Frontline Solutions;Apr2001, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p47
Reports on the positive impact of Microsoft Windows CE among United States-based mobile computing and software vendors. Packaged applications and application tools offered by software firms based on Windows CE; Devices targeted by the operating system; Advantages of Windows CE over Palm's operating system.


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