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Mar 01, 2024



I laughed at the 'would require windows' comment.
My 2011 Abarth runs Windows, for entertainment and phone, with no problems!
It's funny to see the Windows logo on the steering wheel.
Left bottom button of the wheels left button cluster in photo linked below

Ralph Grabowski

My current car is a 16-year-old For Escape .It runs Sync, co-developed by Ford and Microsoft. It works surprisingly well for 16-year-old software. No blue screens of death, yet.

Also, no mention of Microsoft, just of Sync. I wonder how Ford pulled that off!


Big Car worked on that project and did a video about the Ford Sync history

The Ford SYNC Story | Big Car

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