Some weird stuff going on RRS feed

  • Question

  • I got this email from you about the beta ending March 31st. So I took your advice and uninstalled and then installed the latest version. and low and behold nothing works as it did in the beta. First of all if I want to read up on the help, please do not decide for me on the local. If I wanted 6to read it in Hebrew I should have been able to select my local and not automatically have the Israeli local shoved down my throat without being able to select local. The other problem is that I go round in circles in that horrible Hebrew interface. SO the only way I can use something similar to Mesh is SkyDrive. Hell you made a mess of things.

    Monday, January 24, 2011 10:01 AM


  • Sorry about the bad experience you've encountered with the transition. For all Windows Live Help, you can change the language on the web page. Not being able to read Hebrew, I can't tell you if it is in the same place, but it can usually be found in the upper right of the Microsoft sites where country and language are shown. At http://windowslivehelp.com the change is buried within the options page.

    Since you are referring to Windows Live Mesh, not Live Mesh - www.mesh.com, you are in the wrong forum.


    For discussion of the new Windows Live Mesh (formerly Sync), (as well as the released Live Sync version) go here:



    As to your last sentence, the change to Windows Live Mesh means that you uninstall Live Mesh beta and install Windows Live Mesh. You can then set up your sync relationships again. Instead of the Live Desktop at www.mesh.com you now have space on Skydrive for Mesh files if you choose to sync with the cloud for a folder or folders. Just as in Live Mesh with the Live Desktop, files on Skydrive can be accessed from anywhere via http://devices.live.com


    Feedback for Windows Live products and services can be left at http://feedback.live.com



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    Monday, January 24, 2011 12:30 PM