Windows Mobile Device Center 6.0

Windows Mobile Device Center is an all-in-one freeware solution that allows you to access and transfer files between Windows mobile devices with a streamlined look

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    Windows 8 / Windows Vista / Windows 7

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Free

Windows Mobile Device Center is an updated data and device management system used between Windows PC and Windows Mobile devices. This is a replacement of an older, but similar program from Windows known as ActiveSync. In short, it allows users to easily share data, such as pictures, music, and files from their Windows Phones and their home computer. The layout is easy to understand and a brief tutorial helps new users get up to speed with the program. It does a great job of simplifying the entire file sharing and media management process required by today's smartphones. If you have a Windows Phone, you definitely need this program to get the most from your device.

A Place In The Business World.

As usual, Windows pays special attention to the needs of the modern businessman. Many aspects of this program are designed for the synchronization of important files and business data. Albeit, it's for sharing data of any origin, but it's the businessman who find this tool irreplaceable once they've installed it. Using the Windows Mobile Device Center, a businessman can quickly establish new PC-to-device partnerships, share vital business information and records, and manage customizable synchronization options. It's possible to share e-mails, calendar events, media files, and contacts.

Ease Of Use.

Windows typically takes pride how their programs are easy to install, understand, and use. Windows Mobile Device Center is no different and does a great job of streamlining the entire setup process. Even the included partnership management tool comes with a new setup wizard to help users create the lasting partnership between their device and their computer. The entire interface has been enhanced to improve the overall user experience. Users will find that it's easy to navigate all of the possible options, settings, and locations between the mobile device and the PC.

Additional Features.

There are plenty of features that the average person and advanced user will both love. For example, photo management tools allow the user to discover new photos on their phone and instantly import or move them to their Windows Photo Gallery on the PC. The media synchronization performs a similar job with music files stored on their mobile device. There is also an included file browser if they need to browse the individual folders on the phone and make specific changes.


  • Streamlined installation and setup process.
  • Partnership Management tools for connecting to new devices.
  • Easy to manage, synchronize, and backup media files from your phone.


  • Microsoft Outlook is required to sync emails and contacts.
  • Known to encounter problems with certain phones.

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