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The first few details about the next iteration of Microsoft's set of Windows Live software and services, known as Windows Live Wave 4, are beginning to emerge. Two new services, Windows Live Documents and Windows...
Microsoft has just announced an update to one of my favorite applications, Live Mesh. Today's update includes numerous bug fixes and included four new features for the Windows version of the client. The version number...
Live Mesh is a new service offered by Microsoft that aims to allow users to access their data across multiple desktops, notebooks, and mobile devices. In other words, the service is primarily a syncing mediator...