Hopper: Start Menu Dead!


Interesting post over at “Reed & Steve” regarding Hopper and full screen apps and the Start Menu Dead message. Check it out here. Kudos to them for making this available.


Comments (3)

  1. cxin6 says:

    Remove full screen apps and run hopper again. According to my expienrence, most full screen apps cannot pass hopper.

  2. dwkline says:

    What is the length of time typically required for a hopper run for an application shipping in-ROM on a Windows Mobile powered device?