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    File Synchronization (xpHome and xpPro)

    I want to synchronize my files between laptop with xpPro and desktop pc with xpHome on home network. What is best way to do it? I do not think I can enable offline files since laptop is also on Novell network. I see a sync feature on xphome but only for internet stuff. Non-techie here trying to get work done in a sea of computer files...

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    Re: File Synchronization (xpHome and xpPro)

    Found just what your looking for. Click this Easy2Sync Its free and no time limit.

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    Re: File Synchronization (xpHome and xpPro)

    The product maybe OK, but their site design leaves something to be desired. I clicked the link and then minimised the page to look it over a bit later, after finishing a few other things. Before I got back there my net throughput seemed unusually poor. <img src=/S/snail.gif border=0 alt=snail width=21 height=17> A check via Task Manager showed near 25% of the meagre 56k connection was in constant use! It was the Easy2Sync site cycling refreshes of three small screen images on their page! <img src=/S/shocked.gif border=0 alt=shocked width=15 height=15>
    <font face="Comic Sans MS" color="blue">TimOz</font>
    <img src=/S/flags/Finland.gif border=0 alt=Finland width=30 height=18> <img src=/S/flags/Australia.gif border=0 alt=Australia width=30 height=18>

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    Re: File Synchronization (xpHome and xpPro)

    That may be Tim. But then again, I have read some very good books with some very ugly covers.

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    Re: File Synchronization (xpHome and xpPro)

    What are those 3 screens on the side on that site? Ok to d/l?

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    Re: File Synchronization (xpHome and xpPro)

    Those are just screen shots showing you kinda what it looks like. As for as downloading, hey it's free and if you don't like it or the way it works just remove it. Just make sure you have a Virus Scanner. It's always best to have a virus scanner before you download anything from the Internet. I download freeware all the time and I have never gotten a virus from a Webb Site. It's always been email that tries to attack me in the form of a virus, but I stop them dead in there tracks at the front door With PC-Cillin. Let me know how it worked out for you.

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    Re: File Synchronization (xpHome and xpPro)

    And then there's those ugly books with the very good covers. <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15> I know what you mean. The criticism was only for the site design, which was a serious mismatch for my habit of leaving IE windows open, to get back to later.
    <font face="Comic Sans MS" color="blue">TimOz</font>
    <img src=/S/flags/Finland.gif border=0 alt=Finland width=30 height=18> <img src=/S/flags/Australia.gif border=0 alt=Australia width=30 height=18>

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