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Steve Makofsky (Furrygoat Experience, among others) has developed a way to put an entire Windows CE environment onto a USB keychain drive. While it definitely falls into the "because I can" category this could provide a secure way to use other people’s computers.  It might also […]

Steve Makofsky (Furrygoat Experience, among others) has developed a way to put an entire Windows CE environment onto a USB keychain drive. While it definitely falls into the "because I can" category this could provide a secure way to use other people’s computers.  It might also be a good developer’s environment for Windows CE apps.  Very innovative, Steve.  Complete instructions at the link above.

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  1. ohhh snap, now we just need to be able to make a CF/SD card bootable and put it on that and be able to boot into wince for fast PIM access.. ;)

    -arebelspy

  2. That would be too cool wouldn’t it?

  3. …and also an excellent way for people to sabotage other people’s PC when they’re not looking! ;) … in and out, and no evidence!

    Still… pretty cool! I’d do it! For sure!

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