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Speed settings are an essential part of Pocket Hack Master's successful configuration. A speed setting is a set of parameters used to fully describe a unique combination of CPU, memory, display and other peripheral clocks. Different processor families have different set of parameters.

 

In our example we will be configuring a device with an Intel XScale Bulverde PXA270 processor. The Speed configuration module of Pocket Hack Master is used to configure the speed settings.

 

In this guide I will show you how to configure the speed settings in Pocket Hack Master.

 

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Move Pocket PC data to storage card and free RAMLast week, we discussed the best practices when it comes to relocating your software from the internal memory to a (often) much bigger storage card.

 

This week, we will look at how you can utilize Pocket Mechanic Professional to relocate some (or all) of the data that is stored in your device.

 

Before we begin, let me explain what kind of caches we are talking about:

 

  • Email / Text Messages
  • Pocket Internet Explorer

 

The longer you keep using your device, the bigger those caches will grow. Me, for example, I am an avid user of text messages and email and I have some 1400 text messages alone on my device. Then there is the cookies and temporary data you acquire while surfing on your device.

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The FAT filesystem was created by Bill Gates and Marc McDonald in 1977 for managing disks in Microsoft Disk BASIC. In August 1980 Tim Paterson incorporated FAT into his 86-DOS operating system for the S-100 8086 CPU boards; the filesystem was the main difference between 86-DOS and its predecessor, CP/M.

 

The name originates from the usage of a table which centralizes the information about which areas belong to files, are free or possibly unusable, and where each file is stored on the disk. To reduce the management complexity, disk space is allocated to files in contiguous groups of hardware sectors called clusters. The maximum possible number of clusters has dramatically increased over time, and the number of bits required to identify a cluster is used to name the successive major versions of the format. The FAT standard has also evolved in several ways where backward compatibility with existing software has been preserved.

 

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Move apps to storage card, relocate softwarePocket Mechanic Professional includes a handy feature called Relocate installed software which enables you to free up (much needed) memory on your Pocket PC and utilize your storage card as the primary location for installed applications. Normally, when you move applications to a storage card, without reinstalling the software, you end up with dead shortcuts, remnants of files and very often, applications that are not usable anymore, that is why this relocate feature was developed:

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