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Topic # 12257 7-Mar-2007 18:22
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I have checked around, a friend told me about a program from HTC that close programs on Windows Mobile 5.0.

He said it works better than Inclose Mobile.

Does anyone have a link to program from HTC that lose programs like Inclose Mobile?

Dave

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  Reply # 63104 7-Mar-2007 18:27
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Check out MagicButton or SPB Pocket Plus.

PocketPlus does the best job of actually closing program and comes with a great task manager

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  Reply # 63130 8-Mar-2007 05:11
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Hi Dave,

Are you referring to the Pocket PC or Smartphone OS?  PPC = MagicButton (as previously mnetioned), SP I would look to Vito TaskSwitcher; it's not free, but only $5.

If you own a Smartphone, you can mod your .lnk file to launch vito with a designated button.  Post if you need further info.

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  Reply # 63155 8-Mar-2007 11:59
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He has an Apache so MagicButton is the way to go. Though I still recommend using PocketPlus if you don't mind paying a little bit for it. It's well worth the investment

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