Windows Live Mesh will be shut down tomorrow

Microsoft logoMicrosoft announced in mid-December that it would completely retire Windows Live Mesh in order to move all users to SkyDrive, the company’s number one cloud-storage solution.

Live Mesh, the file synchronization and remote desktop application, is no longer part of Microsoft’s plans for the future and SkyDrive is much better integrated into the other services belonging to the company.

The number of people who continued to use Live Mesh dropped significantly in the last few months, with some official stats pointing to approximately 25,000 registered accounts.

“Windows Live Mesh will be officially retired on February 13, 2013, and we’re starting to communicate with the remaining Mesh users and provide a set of instructions on how to keep their files in sync and alternative options for some of the features they’re still using,” Microsoft said two months ago.

Given the fact that Windows Live Mesh will be retired tomorrow, this is your last chance to make the move to SkyDrive and transfer your files.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: cloud computing, Microsoft

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