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.NET Compact Framework 2.0

The Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 2.0 Redistributable includes everything you need to run applications built for both NET Compact Framework v1 and v2, including the Common Language Runtime and the .NET Compact Framework class library. Important: Visual Studio .NET 2003 or 2005 or Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SDK are required to create .NET Compact Framework-based applications. Follow the Visual Studio .NET 2005 link in the Related Resources section on the right for more information. This package uses ActiveSync 4.0 to update the device. Be sure to dock your device first before running NETCFSetupv2.msi. If your device is not docked, ActiveSync will store the CAB file until the time when you dock your device. Those not using ActiveSync can run the CAB files which match the device found in the install folder directly on the device. To download the .NET Compact Framework 2.0 click here.

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Medical Application Which Works on Pocket PC Phones!

UCLA Medical Center is piloting a mobile, wireless patient information retrieval system that gives physicians instant access from throughout the hospital and around the world to real-time patient data via wireless Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and cellular smart phones. The Global Care Quest system, or GCQ, is intended to improve access to patient data, save health care workers time, trim the cost of care and tighten patient safety standards. Read More . . .

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