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|+ style=font-size: larger; | '''Windows CE-tan'''
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| colspan=2 style=text-align:center; | [[Image:WCE.jpg|CE-tan]]
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! Also Known As:
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| WinCE, Wince, Windows Consumer Electronics, Windows Compact Edition, Windows Mobile, Pocket PC
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! Original Creator:
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| Unknown
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! First appearance:
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| Unknown
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! OS Personified:
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| Windows CE 1.0-5.0
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! OS Developer:
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| Microsoft
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! First Released:
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| 01 November 1996
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! Latest Stable Release:
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| v. 5.0 February 2006
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Being an OS designed for small devices, the personification of Windows CE (CE for short) is portrayed as diminutive and fairy-like; complete with gossamer wings and wielding a USB cable wand. Because a modified version of Windows CE was the operating system of the Sega Dreamcast console, there are several illustrations of CE standing upon or around the Dreamcast's swirl logo.
 
Being an OS designed for small devices, the personification of Windows CE (CE for short) is portrayed as diminutive and fairy-like; complete with gossamer wings and wielding a USB cable wand. Because a modified version of Windows CE was the operating system of the Sega Dreamcast console, there are several illustrations of CE standing upon or around the Dreamcast's swirl logo.
  

Revision as of 00:13, 13 February 2007

Windows CE-tan
CE-tan
Also Known As: WinCE, Wince, Windows Consumer Electronics, Windows Compact Edition, Windows Mobile, Pocket PC
Original Creator: Unknown
First appearance: Unknown
OS Personified: Windows CE 1.0-5.0
OS Developer: Microsoft
First Released: 01 November 1996
Latest Stable Release: v. 5.0 February 2006

Being an OS designed for small devices, the personification of Windows CE (CE for short) is portrayed as diminutive and fairy-like; complete with gossamer wings and wielding a USB cable wand. Because a modified version of Windows CE was the operating system of the Sega Dreamcast console, there are several illustrations of CE standing upon or around the Dreamcast's swirl logo.

See also: