If you are looking for HotSync Manager, you have come to the right place. We explain what HotSync Manager is and point you to the official download.
What is HotSync Manager?
Access Systems Americas, Inc., formerly known as PalmSource, offers HotSync Manager, which is a program integrated with Palm Desktop 6.2 that lets users sync Palm device with computer for editing and backing up information. This means you can sync data and information from one device to another even if there are changes in the Tasks, Memos, Contacts and Calendars of your Palm device or computer.
HotSync Manager is the program that controls the process of synchronization, while Palm Desktop is the desktop personal information and data manager. Both are downloadable in a single installation so it’s not time consuming to get it on your personal computer.
Windows operating systems that are compatible with this integrated software are Windows Vista (Basic, Home Premium, Business, and Ultimate), Windows XP (Home and Professional of 32-bit versions), Windows Media Center Edition 2005, and Windows 7. Regardless of the OS, the computer must have at least 350MB free hard disk space with 1 USB port and cable for the synchronization process. For Palm devices, it has to be Palm Centro (Treo 755p, 700p, 680, 650) or Palm TX, Z22 or Tungsten E2.
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File types supported by HotSync Manager
Our users primarily use HotSync Manager to open these file types:
About file types supported by HotSync Manager
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Last updated: : October 2, 2012