If you are looking for a nice, free way of synchronizing your user’s settings for Microsoft Office applications or your Internet Explorer favorites, check out Windows Live Mesh and this tutorial.
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For those of you using or planning to use Windows Live Mesh – this tutorial will be worth checking out.
If you are, then you should give Windows Live Mesh a try. It has some pretty awesome features, all described in detail in this article.
Dazzboard is an online browser-based tool that can sync your photos, music and videos across mobile phones, computers, mp3 players etc.
SyncToy will painlessly sync files and folders across PCs on a network or even sync between partitions on the same hard drive (attention dual booters!). You can sync music, photos, docs too and SyncToy will copy the new files to a USB or SD card. It can sync any file/folder including your Outlook .pst file to an external drive as well. It’s free, it’s easy and it works. All Windows OSs, x86-x64
Syncing docs, music, files and folders with other computers has never been easier. Share on a network or with friends, Microsoft Live Sync is a tiny app that will have you sharing all kinds of files painlessly in no time at all. Needs a Live account, Windows or Mac.
Got an iPhone? Use Google calendar? Wish you could see your Google calendar events on your iPhone? You can sync your calendar and iPhone in two ways: using the Exchange option or using CalDAV. If you already have corporate email setup with Exchange, you can read this article on how to set everything up using CalDAV.