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Palm Desktop Finally Available for Windows Vista

Are you running Windows Vista on your home PC? Are you upset that many of your favorite programs don’t exactly work under the new operating system? Well, you can now cross another item off your list of things to fix, because Palm Desktop 6.2 Beta is now available and it is supposed to be 100% Vista compatible. No need to fumble through messy driver upgrades, ’cause this version should work right out of the box… or out of the ZIP file, as the case may be.

Palm Desktop 6.2 for Windows Vista comes together with HotSync Manager 7, as well as a handy Install Tool that “allows you to sync .prc and .pdb files (Palm OS applications and databases) to your device.” There is also support for synchronization with Outlook 2007, matching up your Palm smartphone with Outlook’s Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Notes.

The update can be downloaded here.

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