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H/PC:Update 1.0 - Windows Update for the H/PC

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Posted 14 years ago | Announcement | 1 comment | Author: Chris Tilley

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The HPC:Factor team is very pleased to unveil to the community our latest web site service here on hpcfactor.com.

H/PC:Update is a single point of contact where Windows CE based Handheld PC users can centrally download all known updates, patches, fixes and OEM released utilities (and more) for their PDA device and is a must for any Handheld PC owner.

H/PC:Update follows on from existing well received and highly successful web services such as the Hardware Compatiblity List 4.0 and the Handheld PC Specifications system. H/PC:Update compliments the HPC:Factor Devices & Specifications systems, offering downloads for all of the same devices irrespective of whether they run Windows CE 1.0 or 6.0.

H/PC:Update contains in excess of 1.3 GB of downloads organised into a broad number of categories which are all offered through a single, easy to use interface which has been designed to look familiar to users of Microsoft Windows Update on the PC.

HPC:Factor H/PC:Update is a free member service offered by us for the benefit of the broader Handheld PC community. Registration (also free) is required in the HPC:Factor Community before you can make use of the service, which is anticipated to be popular amongst new users, existing users and eBay sellers alike.

H/PC:Update has been designed and developed by HPC:Factor and is available exclusively via hpcfactor.com. It can be accessed at any time through the Support and Tutorials section.

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Posted on 14 July 2007 at 11:39

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rjnix's Avatar rjnix 31 January 2008 9:44:54 PM
Very well done. Many thanks for being there.
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