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One of the syncing solutions I've suggested will take care of your data. For documents and files Dropbox is excellent. It syncs over LAN and will make sure that the latest file is available to both machines regardless of where it's updated.

Syncing apps is a hit and miss affair.

Firstly there may be licensing issues to consider. But also the time it takes. It'd be quicker just to install an application on both machines to be honest.

It all depends how desperate you are to have them in sync and how often you need that to happen.

External hard disk acquisition addict - but admitting the problem is the first step to a robust backup

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