Microsoft is sending users of Windows Live Mesh emails to remind them of the cloud storage service's impending demise on Feb. 13. The company is recommending users switch to SkyDrive.
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Microsoft has announced it will shut down support for its Windows Live Mesh sync program on February 13th while also announcing that SkyDrive now has 200 million users.
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One of my favorite Windows Live applications is Live Mesh. There hasn't been much exposure for this application because it's still in beta. For those of you who don't know what Live Mesh is, I'll...