Free Sync Service by Microsoft (Windows Live Sync)

From NYTimes:

Microsoft SkyDrive is a free, 25-gigabyte virtual hard drive on the Internet, accessible from any computer.

There is another equally spectacular feature: Windows Live Sync.

The problem: you have a work machine and a home machine. Or a desktop PC and a laptop that's frequently out of the house. Or a family. Or a small business.

In any case, you find yourself having to copy certain important files back and forth after each trip: when you return home with your laptop, when you get to the office after doing work at home over the weekend, and so on.

The solution: Windows Live Sync.

You designate one folder on Computer A, and another folder on Computer B. Then Sync keeps them synced with each other, magically, over the Internet, with no effort on your part.

From the Desk of David Pogue - Microsoft’s Free Sync Service - NYTimes.
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