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Developer Focus: Viktor Toth

Handheld PC News

Posted 3 months ago | News | Chris Tilley 4 comments

Continuing our trip through the small world of Windows CE software developers who are still actively selling their software. This week, we look are looking at developer and published author Viktor Toth.

Viktor's website is still alive and well, offering information on his C++ books, research articles and publications as well as details of his many programming projects and achievements. For Handheld PC users, his products section continues to offer PayPal purchase routes for his two main Windows CE apps, Windows CE Task Manager and Pocket TELNET.

Windows CE Task Manager is, as the name implies. A Windows NT style task manager for Windows CE devices. For those in the market, you can find out more information on Viktor's Windows CE Task Manager program in Rich Hawley's round-up "Why a Task Manager?" review of all of the main players in the Task Management space for the Handheld PC.

Equally Pocket TELNET does exactly what it's name implies. Offering a fully featured, full colour VT100 Telnet client for the H/PC.

Both programs can be purchased for $14.95 USD (£11.00 GBP, €13.18 EUD, ¥1717 JPY est.) via direct PayPal payment.

As always, if you are interested and able, please show your support for our development community.

View: vttoth.com
Posted on 21 February 2022 at 12:27By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

Comments on this article

frisser's Avatar frisser 22 February 2022 6:55:19 PM
Just purchased Windows CE Task Manager - great program!
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 23 February 2022 8:37:35 AM
Kudos to you. Let us know how you get on :)
frisser's Avatar frisser 26 February 2022 8:15:29 AM
It has the same functions as WR-Tools ResInfo. But it works fine and it's nice that it's still for sale.
joval's Avatar joval 08 April 2022 4:55:21 PM
Years ago I purchased his telnet program... worked well on J720, however after upgrade to 64MB rom card needs repurchase/ new key AFAIK. Doesn't seem to work with ESP8266 wifi-extender (can't telnet into it) so using Putty instead.

That fellow has quite the talent stack... physics, astophysics and programming. Impressive,IMO.

joval via a J720+LED upgrade/Devuan/WPA/SSH/RasPi4/Firefox
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