Windows mobile updating
In February 2010, facing competition from rival OSs including i OS and Android, Microsoft announced Windows Phone to supersede Windows Mobile. Windows Phone is incompatible with Windows Mobile devices and software.
Most versions of Windows Mobile have a standard set of features, such as multitasking and the ability to navigate a file system similar to that of Windows 9x and Windows NT, including support for many of the same file types.
Pocket PC 2000 was intended mainly for Pocket PC devices; however, several Palm-Size PC devices had the ability to be updated also.
While, several Pocket PC 2000 phones were released, Microsoft's smartphone hardware platform was not yet created.
A hardware reference guide was created and devices began shipping in 1996, although most of these device bore little resemblance to the goal of a pen-based touchscreen handheld device.
was released on April 19, 2000, and was based on the Windows CE 3.0 kernel.
Most devices with mobile connectivity also have a Radio Interface Layer.The taskbar display the current time as well as the volume level.Devices with a cellular radio also show the signal strength on said taskbar.The two disbanded groups would form the Pegasus project in 1995.Pegasus would work on the hardware side of the Windows CE OS, attempting to create a form factor similar to a PC-esque PDA like Win Pad, with communications functionality like Pulsar.