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DockWare Pro for Pocket PC
Posted on 13-Feb-2004 16:33 | Tags Filed under: Software


DockWare Pro for Pocket PC
Put your Pocket PC to work when it's sitting in its cradle: DockWare Pro gives you a desk clock and calendar with your own pictures as their background.

DockWare Pro's auto-start feature means that you don't even need to run it yourself. You can just let DockWare Pro take over whenever your Pocket PC is idle, and running on external power. DockWare Pro lets you keep your Pocket PC connected to your desktop without revealing your schedule or other personal information to your office visitors.

Plus, DockWare Pro lets you add password protection whenever DockWare is running, and set off an alarm when your Pocket PC is removed from its cradle. Protect your Pocket PC -- and your info -- when you're away from your desk!

Create or select your own pictures for DockWare display. Your Pocket PC can show your:

  • family and pet photos
  • relaxing vacation pix
  • favorite quotes
  • virtual aquarium
  • favorite movie and TV scenes






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