Windows Mobile Devices Behave Erratically
Some Microsoft mobile device users are experiencing fits and starts, a result of the kind of memory Microsoft chose to use.Smart phones using a version of Microsofts cell phone operating system will, for no apparent reason, begin to operate very slowly, or just as suddenly speed up to a sprint, according to those participating in a number of recent online forums. The problem is apparently the result of the kind of memory the operating system and phones use, explained Mike Calligaro on the Microsoft Mobile Team Blog.
Windows Mobile 5 stores software in such a way that it can be automatically erased if need be. The process is done in such a way as to disrupt how other phone features are operating, Calligaro writes.