isn't only for H/PCs
and Palm PC
s. It runs on a wide range of 32 bit processors
, and can be made to work with pretty much whatever hardware
you throw at it.
The sort of devices that run Windows CE today include:
The actual Windows CE implementation of Win32
may only be a subset of it's Windows NT
equivalent, it's still easier for a given company to find Win32
programmers for their devices than it is for them to find, say, Linux
And to address nutate
1. How can a Linux user possibly judge
of a whole new operating system
based purely on it's user interface
on the one
product that you used? Isn't that like me installing Linux with some crappy window manager
and claiming that Linux must be crap
because it looks horrible?
2. You state that the full Windows applications are bloatware
and yet the pocket
versions are too small? You're arguing for both sides of the same argument!