Windows Live Sync Arrives for Mac

Windows Live Sync, the service which keeps your documents, photos and files synced in between all your PC, has now been released for Mac users. The download, available here at the Microsoft Download Center, serves as a replacement for Windows Live Mesh, the beta service which was merged into Live Sync, a part of the updated Windows Live Essentials suite of applications.

According to the download page, Live Sync for Mac (beta) will let you choose the folders you sync across your computers, and those will then be able to sync between both your Mac computers and your PCs.

Live Sync for Mac requires Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard or  Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard and works on Intel-based Mac computer only.


Windows Live Sync, the service which keeps your documents, photos and files synced in between all your PC, has now been released for Mac users. The download, available here at the Microsoft Download Center, serves as a replacement for Windows Live Mesh, the beta service which was merged into Live Sync, a part of the updated Windows Live Essentials suite of applications.

According to the download page, Live Sync for Mac (beta) will let you choose the folders you sync across your computers, and those will then be able to sync between both your Mac computers and your PCs.

Live Sync for Mac requires Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard or  Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard and works on Intel-based Mac computer only.


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