Shell Application Development

Windows Mobile 6.5
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4/8/2010

Shell includes the functionality that is necessary for a user to interact with a device or components of its underlying operating system.

Using Atoms

Describes how to use atoms, which are 16-bit integers that identify strings that an application stores together with the integer.

High DPI Display

Provides information on high-DPI displays.

Home Screen on Windows Mobile Standard

Provides information about the Home Screen for Windows Mobile Standard, which displays customizable application icons and personal information.

Home Screen on Windows Mobile Professional and Windows Mobile Classic

Provides information about the Home screen for Windows Mobile Professional and Windows Mobile Classic, which displays customizable application icons and personal information.

Start Screen and Start Menu

Contains customization information on the Start menu for Windows Mobile devices.

GWES Application Development

Describes the options for using Graphics, Windowing, and Events Subsystem (GWES) module.

Community Additions

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