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HandyMenu for Pocket PC
Posted on 16-Apr-2004 17:50 | Tags Filed under: Software

HandyMenu for Pocket PC
HandyMenu is a program that makes it easy for you to access all your Windows Mobile Pocket PC settings and also perform some very important operations (Power-off, Soft-reset and Hard-reset). With HandyMenu you will have the functions that you use most accessible with a simple tap on your Pocket PC screen.

This full featured program has a very low memory usage 75 KB.

To bring on HandyMenu, just click on the little icon, or even assign it to a hardware button and use it while you are running any application. There is no more many taps to get access to your Pocket PC settings.

Doing a soft or hard reset is so easy with HandyMenu. Plus, HandyMenu is customizable so you can choose which functions you want to appear on your HandyMenu. Using HandyMenu will also help reducing the wear out of the hardware buttons, which you use frequently like Power-off, and Soft-rest buttons. With HandyMenu there is no need to flip your Pocket PC to do hard-reset.


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