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Ahh, good deal. If you are OK dealing with the two systems, then by all means you can continue doing that..now with the Virtualization software you can share folders on your Host (OS X) with the Guest (Windows) easily, and I'd recommend you do that and do all of your work in that shared folder so that you can easily access them in OS X for burning or what have you..

If you wish to share data between the PC and Mac, then you can either share a folder on the PC or the Mac and access it using CIFS/SMB and go from there..

But, as you've discovered, Dropbox makes some of this easier by not only syncing your data between the two computers, but giving you a 3rd backup on the cloud in cases of any catastrophe..

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