The Windows 2000 Synchronization Manager

Windows 2000 Professional introduces a Synchronization Manager utility to control synchronization of files and application data. Applications can extend Synchronization Manager to add application-specific synchronization settings. For example, Internet Explorer 5.0 uses Synchronization Manager to control synchronization of Web pages for offline browsing. However, few other applications use Synchronization Manager at present; Outlook 2000, for instance, manages its synchronization itself.

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