Edge Blog has gone ahead and built the CAB file that will fix Daylight Saving Time on Windows Mobile devices by adding registry keys provided by Microsoft. Microsoft publicly made available the registry keys device makers need to release to their customers, but those device makers have neglected their customers (as they usually do), forcing the users to create a solution. I’m glad to see this, and will load it on my and my wife’s Windows Mobile-based phones, and smile knowing that such a fix would not be possible on an Apple product.
(via Download Squad)
Also, the next version of Windows Mobile, code-named “Crossbow”, has been leaked onto the internet, and can be installed on many Windows Mobile devices. You’ll be wise to look up wether your own device is compatible, and how it will affect your applications, but if you are willing to experiment, you can install Microsoft’s next mobile OS right now.