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About installed software..

How can i learn which os is installed, in the system information about tab it writes "Microsoft pocket pc 1996 - 2003 os version: 4.20.1081 (build13100) ???

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Re: About installed software..

I think that “Microsoft pocket pc 1996 - 2003 os” called now “Windows Mobile 2003”. To upgrade your PDA to 2003SE please go to TOSHIBA Site http://www.toshiba-europe.com/. Than go to Computer systems. Under “Support &Downloads” there is option Download Drivers. Please chose your PDA and there are all useful Drivers for “Windows Mobile 2003 SE”. In every zip File there is “Upgrade Guide”. Read it. It can help you to make update without problems.

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In order to sync your iPAQ with Windows XP or earlier, you will need to download and install Windows Microsoft ActiveSync 4.5 from:http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/downloads/microsoft/activesync-download.mspx.

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You can use ActiveSync 4.5 only with phones that run Windows Mobile 2003 or later versions. ActiveSync and Windows Mobile Device Center won’t work with Windows Embedded CE 4.2 or 5.0, Pocket PC 2002, or Smartphone 2002 phones. (To see which Windows Mobile operating system you’re using, if your phone doesn’t have a touch screen, click Start > Settings > About. If your phone has a touch screen, click Start > Settings > System tab > About.) To sync information to any of these phones, you must use a USB or serial cable and your computer’s Internet connection and File Explorer.
You must use Microsoft Outlook 2002, Outlook 2003, or Office Outlook 2007 to sync your e-mail, contacts, tasks, and notes from your computer.

Download and install ActiveSync:
1. Click the download link on this page, and then click Continue.
2. Select whether you want to register for the Windows Mobile newsletter, and then click Continue.
3. Click Download files below, and then click Download (next to the Setup.msi file).
4. In the File Download dialog box, click Run.
5. Follow the instructions in the Installation Wizard to install ActiveSync.

Note: You must use a USB cable to connect your phone to your computer the first time you use ActiveSync to synchronize information.

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Microsoft recently introduced Windows Mobile 2003, which is the latest upgrade to the Pocket PC's operating system and built-in applications. The previous version of this software was referred to as "Pocket PC 3.0" or sometimes as "Pocket PC 2002" (for the year it was released). But the new naming scheme for all of the software built into the Pocket PC is meant to emphasize the relationship between the mobile device and Windows, Microsoft's classic brand. Unless otherwise indicated, whenever I refer to a Pocket PC in this article, I mean a device running Windows Mobile 2003. Not all of the features listed in this article are available for all Windows Mobile 2003 devices since some of these features require additional hardware such as a Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or a keyboard. Along with Windows Mobile 2003, Microsoft released ActiveSync 3.7, an upgrade to the software used to synchronize data between the Pocket PC and the desktop PC. This article focuses on the new software from the perspective of an end-user—the improvements that make using a Pocket PC an easier, more enjoyable experience. In summary, Microsoft improved the operating system, enhanced communications capabilities, added some useful features to some standard applications, and included a new multimedia application and one new game. Windows Mobile 2003 uses the Windows CE 4.2 OS One of the major changes, and one that may not be obvious to the end user, is that Windows Mobile 2003 uses the new Windows CE 4.2 operating system. Previous versions of the Pocket PC used Windows CE 3.0. The 4.2 OS seems to be more efficient than the previous versions. Windows CE 4.2 also supports Internet Protocol version 6.0 (IPv6), which is being used now in Japan and will soon make its way to this country and the rest of the world. This will ensure that Pocket PC users are able to connect to the next generation of the Internet using the current standards. Added support for built-in and add-on keyboards Recognizing the success of add-on keyboards and the desire of some manufacturers to develop units with keyboards built in, Microsoft enhanced keyboard support in Windows Mobile 2003. When a Pocket PC with the new OS detects a keyboard (built-in or added), it automatically enables "menu mnemonics" (those underlined visual hints in a menu that tell you which keys to press). It also enables "Auto Menu Accelerators" (chorded keys such as Control-C for copy) so you can navigate even faster. On Pocket PCs with an integrated keyboard, navigation and application keys allow you to launch and move around in applications. Finally, the addition of the "SYM" key makes it easier to enter accented characters for foreign languages. Enhanced communications Windows Mobile 2003 makes the setting up of communications a lot easier. Plug in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a wired modem, or turn on your LAN connection and a "wizard" pops up to walk you through the process of configuring th

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About installed software..


I think that “Microsoft pocket pc 1996 - 2003 os” called now “Windows Mobile 2003”. To upgrade your PDA to 2003SE please go to TOSHIBA Site http://www.toshiba-europe.com/. Than go to Computer systems. Under “Support &Downloads” there is option Download Drivers. Please chose your PDA and there are all useful Drivers for “Windows Mobile 2003 SE”. In every zip File there is “Upgrade Guide”. Read it. It can help you to make update without problems.

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About installed software..


I think that “Microsoft pocket pc 1996 - 2003 os” called now “Windows Mobile 2003”. To upgrade your PDA to 2003SE please go to TOSHIBA Site http://www.toshiba-europe.com/. Than go to Computer systems. Under “Support &Downloads” there is option Download Drivers. Please chose your PDA and there are all useful Drivers for “Windows Mobile 2003 SE”. In every zip File there is “Upgrade Guide”. Read it. It can help you to make update without problems.

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About installed software..


I think that “Microsoft pocket pc 1996 - 2003 os” called now “Windows Mobile 2003”. To upgrade your PDA to 2003SE please go to TOSHIBA Site http://www.toshiba-europe.com/. Than go to Computer systems. Under “Support &Downloads” there is option Download Drivers. Please chose your PDA and there are all useful Drivers for “Windows Mobile 2003 SE”. In every zip File there is “Upgrade Guide”. Read it. It can help you to make update without problems.

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"Pocket PC 2002 Update 2.0"


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