Thursday, February 19, 2009

When your files are online and you aren't - The Boston Globe

See the full article for more details and a comparison with Apple MobileMe and Google Gears

The company's Live Mesh service, available at www.livemesh.com, is just the thing for creating a universal library of important files. It's officially in "beta," or test, mode but I've been using it daily for months with no major problems. You can install the Live Mesh software on Windows XP or Vista computers, or on Macs that run newer versions of Apple's Mac OS operating system. Once installed, a shared folder appears on your desktop. You can put all kinds of files into the folder, up to five gigabytes, and all are uploaded into the cloud

When your files are online and you aren't - The Boston Globe

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