Discover how to manipulate individual elements in the Windows CE Registry.
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Discover two ways to retrieve information stored in registry keys from your WinCE applications.
The Windows CE Registry is a leaner version of its desktop cousin, so you may want to re-evaluate how you use it.
Most of the time just being well informed about 'best practices' in memory allocation will keep you and your WinCE applications out of trouble.
You can also reap some fairly impressive gains in memory efficiency in your CE applications.
Use private heaps for frequent, small allocations.
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