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Lesson 6. Managing Memory Usage > Using Storage Cards

Using Storage Cards

You can expand the temporary memory of your Pocket PC device by storing programs and data on removable storage cards. All Pocket PCs accept Compact Flash (CF) cards, and some also accept Secure Digital (SD) cards. CF cards typically insert into a slot on the top of your Pocket PC, and can hold (depending on the card) up to 512MB of data. SD cards typically insert into a slot on the side or bottom of your Pocket PC, and can hold (depending on the card) up to 64MB of data.

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Memory cards are especially useful for storing data that you transfer from one device to another, and for storing large numbers of digital music files.



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