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WINDOWS GOES HANDHELD

THREE TIMES, MICROSOFT has tried to shrink its Windows software down for electronic devices smaller than personal computers. Three times, the effort has gone nowhere. On Sept. 16, the software giant will try again, announcing ``Windows CE,'' new software for non-PC uses. The first Win CE products: Handheld gadgets to debut in November for carrying electronic Rolodex info and swapping data with PCs. Compaq Computer, Hewlett-Packard, Casio, NEC, and others will make the handhelds.

EDITED BY KEITH H. HAMMONDS


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