Windows Mobile Device Center lets you synchronize your Windows Mobile with your PC
Windows is undoubtedly the world’s most used Operating System for desktops. Now with the introduction of Windows Mobile Operating System, Microsoft has stepped in to the Smartphone market as well. The emergence of Windows as a OS in the Smartphone industry has provided the die-hard fans of this Operating System to use it on their mobile handsets as well. The Windows powered Smartphones all require a software through which they can be connected to the PC. For this purpose Windows initially came up with ActiveSync, a software that was made exclusively for that purpose. The software that is now in use is called the Windows Mobile Device Center.
The Windows Mobile Device Center is a software developed by Microsoft for its mobile phone users. Being the successor of the previously released ActiveSync, the WMDC is equipped with a lot more options than its predecessor was. However, the basic feature of this software is to allow the users of Windows powered mobile phones to synchronize their devices with the Windows Operating System running on their PCs. With the use of this software a mobile phone user can manage his data or transfer his pictures, videos and music from his mobile device to his PC.
The users of Windows Vista might not need to download this software on their PCs for synchronizing their mobile devices because Vista has a driver already built into it that can interface with the mobile device with ease allowing users to synchronize their device with Windows Media Player and to transfer files to and from the device to the PC. However, the Windows Mobile Device Center is required even for Vista users if they want to synchronize data with multiple windows applications such as Windows Photo Gallery and Windows Explorer. The choices available for interfacing the device with the software are Bluetooth, USB and Serial Port. You can download the Windows Mobile Device Center now.