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Can I upgrade my Windows Mobile 6.0 Classic to professional version?

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Can I upgrade my Windows Mobile 6.0 Classic to professional version? I have a HP iPAQ 214 Enterprise and think it's a bit odd why it came installed with the classic version and not the professional version. It's intended use is for small companies so I was thinking if there are any advantages to change the OS (if possible) from Classic to Professional (which whould include more options for a business-related tasks, shouldn't it?)?
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Yes , you can upgrade your PDA with latest 6.1 proffessional or WM6.5 Professional

You can get more details on www.forumxda.com
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