Power Toys for .NET Compact Framework 3.5 have been released

The Power Toys for .NET Compact Framework 3.5 have just gone live at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=C8174C14-A27D-4148-BF01-86C2E0953EAB&displaylang=en. If you downloaded a previous version, you might want to upgrade as there have been several bug fixes and improvements made to several of the tools. What’s New Many here are likely familiar with Remote Performance Monitor which shipped as a…

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Power Toys for .NET Compact Framework 3.5 CTP Released

The Power Toys for .NET Compact Framework 3.5 CTP (September 2007) has just been released as an MSDN download. This was originally slated to be released with the Core .NET Compact Framework, but was spun off as a side download. Included in this release: Remote Performance Monitor and GC Heap Viewer – Provides real time…

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Announcing .NET Compact Framework 2.0 SP1 Beta1

The .NET Compact Framework team has been working on a service pack for .NET Compact Framework 2.0.  The fixes and features included in this beta have been driven through customer feedback we receive through the Product Feedback Center, Newsgroups and Forum posts.  To get started using .NET Compact Framework 2.0 SP1 beta download it from…

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Error #4 when installing .NET Compact Framework version 2?

We have had a number of reports regarding error #4 when installing version 2 of the .NET Compact Framework on some devices.  To address this issue, we have updated the current install package.  Please see Mark Prentice’s post describing the update.Take care![Author: David Kline]Disclaimer(s):This posting is provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no…

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.NET Compact Framework releases 1.0 SP3

The .NET Compact Framework team has completed and released v1 SP3.  This servicing release responds to customer bug reports and feedback.  Our team worked hard to fix issues which either caused data loss or were not easily worked around by a developer, see the list below.   SP3 has been delivered to multiple release vehicles…

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Got feedback for the .NET Compact Framework?

The NetCF team is looking for feedback from developers using the .NET Compact Framework for consideration in future releases.  We’ve got lots of ideas and are looking to focus on what’s important to our customers. To submit your feedback, email it to: SDWISH@microsoft.com. If you have feature requests and/or feedback, we’d love to hear it…

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