Microsoft Windows CE (now officially known as Windows Embedded Compact and previously also known as Windows Embedded CE, often referred to as WinCE) is an operating system developed by Microsoft for embedded systems. It is not a smaller or simplified version of desktop Windows, but a distinct operating system. Microsoft licenses Windows CE to device makers, who can modify the user interface.
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- Pen Computing Magazine: Windows CEntral Online Online resource for Windows CE including product reviews and tips and tricks.
- TO-TECH Technology Website covering Windows CE, Telephony, Computer Telephony, Internet Telephony, and LEGO Mindstorms.
- Craig Peacock's Windows CE Pages Categorized links to software, hardware, and articles, with brief annotations.
- HPC Factor News, reviews, support, downloads, guides and resources for the Handheld PC community.
- Pocket PC FAQ Offers comparisons, screenshots and pictures of Palm-size PCs, Handheld PCs and Handheld PC Pros. Also includes FAQs on Ethernet, RAS/Modem, IrDA, ISP Settings, Batteries, Data storage and peripherals.
- Windows Embedded Microsoft's official site with product information and various other resources for end-users, business partners and developers.
- The History of Windows CE Overview of the development of the platform from the beginnings to 6.0.