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March's Newsletter

Handheld PC News

Posted 12 years ago | News | 3 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

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Beware the ides of March; as once was said. While you ponder how to defeat the steady rhythmic beat of time, do take a few moments to download the latest edition of the Handheld PC Newsletter.

In the third issue of the year, John Ottini continues in his quest to bring the community the best and brightest of what we have to offer. In this latest edition he covers:
  • Total Commander 2.0
  • Tips for using Total Commander
  • Tax Time for the Handheld PC
  • Warehouse Guy CE
John also ends on a bright note, with news of the newsletters circulation figures; and very healthy they are too!

Download your copy of the Handheld PC Newsletter 2008 issue 3 from HPCNEC. A PDF viewer and an unzip application are required to read the electronic redistributable such as Adobe Acrobat, FoxIT or Primer 3.1.

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Posted on 13 March 2008 at 06:37

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chiark's Avatar chiark 13 March 2008 12:06:20 PM
Congrats on making it to the 4rd year of publication! ;-) (First page of the PDF)

Nice writeup on Total Commander - I must admit that I'm using GSFinder more nowadays on the Sig3, however TC still rules the roost on my PiddlePC phone thingy.

I'm just off to download Warehouse Guy now!
Jake's Avatar Jake 13 March 2008 6:33:31 PM
Another nice issue, John. Not enough users know enough about Total Commander. The fact that the app works on my Sharp Mobilon 4100 (CE 2.0) never ceases to amaze me.

Well done,
Jake
CE Geek's Avatar CE Geek 14 March 2008 2:49:05 AM
I had to laugh when I noticed John's comment on the download page telling people not to complain to Rich about the newsletter's content since it's entirely John's work and John's responsibility. I gotta ask, John: Who's complaining? The Newsletter is a gem in the H/PC community. I enjoy reading it every time. (And yes, the Total Commander review was yet another thorough and well-written review. TC is a must-have for any CE device user. Not only is it a superior file explorer, it's the smoothest way to trade files by IR, and it's even the easiest way to work with the registry. The name fits.)
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