Microsoft releases Phone Data Manager beta

Written by on September 30, 2008

Microsoft has released another alternative to synchronizing mobile phone data to your computer.

The Microsoft Phone Data Manager is an improvement over the old Windows Mobile Device Manager or ActiveSync in that you can use it on non-Windows Mobile phones. Additionally, it also allows you to sync with Windows Live Services. This means your data can be made accessible from any web browser.

You can give the Windows Phone Data Manager a try by downloading it at this link.

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