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Topic # 8806 31-Jul-2006 08:27
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Does anyone know of a decent freeware backup program? That runs on WM5.0?
Something basic would do, just to get everything onto a CF card. Anthing would do!!!!!
Seriously, where's all the freeware for WM5.0??? Am I the only CHEAPskate that doesn't want to shell out USD on basic software?!!!
Also, is anyone else looking for a PPC version of MS money or similar finance app that runs on WM5.0? Any luck?? Please say YES!!

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  Reply # 42893 31-Jul-2006 09:19
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I think many will suggest you fork out the money and get Sprite Backup, which many swear by it. So you won't go wrong with that even though you will have to pay for it. (don't be such a cheapskate to skim on a vital tool for your pocketpc)... hehe I'd recommend you look at Sprite Backup solution over any freeware that you may find out there, as Sprite covers all aspect as one PocketPC user may expect.

Also regarding MS Money on WM5, have a read at this [MS Money for Windows Mobile5.0]... (which you could have done a bit of googling). And equally important for any MS Money user with Windows Mobile, you should be aware of the MS Money 2007 will NOT support pocketpc mobile application anymore.




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  Reply # 43007 1-Aug-2006 08:17
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Thanks for this Chiefie,
I can't help the cheapskate in me, it must be inherited!!

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