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Have you ever wished to have all your events and birthday reminders from your facebook calendar to your calendar in Windows Live? Thanks to fbCal with the help of which you can export your events and birthday reminders in facebook to your calendar in Outlook, Google Calendar, Apple iCal and of course Windows Live.

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Google Chrome looks as good on XP as it does on Vista. I like the blue title bar that shows up for Chrome in XP. I had been wondering how to get that theme in Windows Vista as well. If you use the Vista Basic theme, you can use Chrome with the blue theme in […]

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Windows Live Calendar has been updated to the Wave 3 look, and is the first online Windows Live service to do so. It has the foretold new header which borrows from Windows Live Messenger’s scenes. Although apart from the 8 default themes, the ‘more themes’ link doesn’t work yet. I can only guess that they might have exclusive content as themes for more themes just like they have messenger packs for certain movies and occasions.

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As we all know, Microsoft rolled out public beta’s for most of the Windows Live Wave 3 products yesterday. We have already reviewed Windows Live Messenger. Lets have a look at the Windows Live Mail Beta.

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While sending an email, you must have noticed the drop down suggestions that appear when you start typing in the email address, or even a contact’s name.

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Live Mesh is an amazing platform. There are so many things which you could do with it. Imagine a scenario where you are in your office in some remote location. You make some updates to your calendar events or add some new appointments. You also make changes to your Emails, and add another contact name. […]

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Our friends at LiveSide posted this very nice tutorial on how to synchronize your browser favorites using Live Mesh. I have been using this technique successfully ever since the launch(the private beta in May) of Live Mesh and I have also been using it to synchronize my RSS feeds across multiple devices.
So here at Redmond […]

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