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Lesson 8. Managing Personal Information—... > Using a Wallet Program to Store Priv...

Using a Wallet Program to Store Private Information

You also can use your Pocket PC to store all sorts of personal information—bank account numbers, credit card numbers, passwords for computer programs, and so on. This functionality enables you to store all this necessary information in one single, secure location.

To use your Pocket PC in this manner, you'll need to install a third-party application, typically called a “wallet” program. Some manufacturers include a wallet program with their Pocket PC devices; for example, Hewlett Packard includes the CodeWallet Pro program with their Jornada Pocket PCs.


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