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Migrating from an Earlier Version of Windows CE (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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This section provides links to information about migrating operating system designs from previous versions of Microsoft® Windows® CE to Windows CE 5.0.

For step-by-step instructions about migrating Windows CE .NET 4.2 OS designs to Windows CE 5.0, see How to Migrate a Windows CE .NET 4.2 OS Design to Windows CE 5.0.

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Migrating a Build Environment
Provides links to information about migrating build environments from previous versions of Windows CE to Windows CE 5.0.
Migrating a BSP
Provides links to information about migrating board support packages (BSP) from previous versions of Windows CE to Windows CE 5.0.
Migrating a Device Driver
Provides links to information about migrating device drivers from previous versions of Windows CE to Windows CE 5.0.
Migrating an Application
Provides links to information about migrating application drivers from previous versions of Windows CE to Windows CE 5.0.
Migrating Windows CE OS Functionality
Provides links to information about migrating operating system functionality from previous versions of Windows CE to Windows CE 5.0.
Sysgen Variable Changes
Provides information about new and removed Sysgen variables for Windows CE 5.0.
Version-Specific Migration Information
Provides links to information about migrating from previous versions of Windows CE, organized by version.

Related Sections

Windows CE Features
Provides an overview of information about operating system functionality.
Bringing Up a Hardware Platform
Provides an overview of information about running Windows CE run-time images on different target devices, including BSP development.
Developing a Device Driver
Provides an overview of information about developing device drivers.
Developing an Operating System
Provides an overview of information about using Platform Builder for Microsoft Windows CE 5.0 to design Windows CE run-time images.

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