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Arne Hess

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If you come from the Pocket PC, you might know RegKing which helps you tweaking your Pocket PC Registry (and by the way - now RegKing is available for Pocket PC 2003 also).
These Registry tweaks or hacks are little-known settings and tricks that you can use to improve the performance of your Windows based device (doesn't matter if XP for Desktops or Mobile for Pocket PCs and Smartphones).
"Registry" refers to a database of system settings used by all versions of the Windows operating systems.

Hacks like these are not supported or documented in any way by Microsoft or the device manufacturers and therefore it's always a risk if you tewak your Registry
yourself. Much safer is using a tool which tweaks the registry for you.

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#2

Rey

I'm too lazy to register

RegTweaks for Smartphone 2003 is now also available. No need to install eVB Runtimes. Rhey are already included in the program.

For more info.
http://www.airfagev.com/dow...


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Anthony

I'm too lazy to register

This mini app looks pretty decent, but there is a bug in it and therefore I removed it from my phone. The bug is located where you enter where you would like the phone to look for the "Tones" and other media for customization. You can't backspace/delete anything in the input field. You can type and move the cursor around, but there is no destructive backspace.
Pity too, as I really wanted this to work from the get-go. (Anthony MPx200 1G RAM/WM2003) http://chatterhaven.net


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