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Can I run Windows CE Program's on my new Pocket PC?

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On the new Toshiba e310, e570 and e740 Pocket PCs, Microsoft's new operation system Pocket PC 2002 is installed. The question whether Windows CE programs run under Pocket PC 2002 has no definite answer. Most Windows CE Program will run under Pocket PC 2002. Pocket PC 2002 is an improved version of Windows CE, or rather, the next generation of Microsoft PDA operating systems. Some parts of the internal architecture of the operating system, like the e-Mail system, are of a complete new design and in fact, quite different. So if you run older Windows CE programs using "old and possibly, changed parts of Window CE system", it is quite possible that the Windows CE program will not run or will not operate correctly. Tip: To avoid problems or data loss, we suggest using Pocket PC 2002 programs only. Please note: Pocket PC 2002 is only available for Intel "Strong ARM" processors. This is different to Windows CE, where several CPU's types were supported. Only Windows CE Programs for Intel Strong ARM" processors may run an Pocket PC 2002.

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