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I’ve been so busy with the Q1, that I haven’t looked at Vista lately; in fact, I’m pulling down the latest build right now. We previously heard that ActiveSync becomes Windows Mobile Device Center and is included natively with Vista, and now Smartphone Thoughts has a […]

Wmdc_1I’ve been so busy with the Q1, that I haven’t looked at Vista lately; in fact, I’m pulling down the latest build right now. We previously heard that ActiveSync becomes Windows Mobile Device Center and is included natively with Vista, and now Smartphone Thoughts has a nice in-depth look at the new component. For folks running the Vista beta, you can get the new application by running Windows Update in Vista. If you don’t have Vista, check out the first looks because it’s clear that Microsoft is better integrating mobile device usage with not-as-mobile devices in Vista.

(via Pocket PC Thoughts)

-kct

  1. It’s changed again in build 5456 and now it says that the software for my WM2003 Orange SPV C550 is not available so I can only do a Quick Connect and not create a partnership :(

    In build 5456 the Mobile Device Center automatically polls for updates when started so you don’t need to run Windows Update.

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