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Quote - Hi. I think better way is web-based RSS reader ... they gives you a lot of features such as synchronization between devices.
I like having easy accessibility from anywhere at anytime, and synchronization gives you that but in addition I like having control over my data. I have gone back to using Outlook because I can work offline. Yesterday I discovered Outlook has a feature for displaying RSS feeds in one place. You click on Data File, RSS Feeds, and so does IE; you click on the View tab, then Explorer bar, Feeds. Why do I need a RSS reader?
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