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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