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Hello,

Does anyone Know if there is there any software available that completely syncs two macs ?

I have a G5 desktop and a mac book and I would like to be able to make changes to either one that I can Sync with the other. I much prefer to us the desktop to work but for obvious reasons can only take the mac book out and about with me and would like to update them both with any changes at the end of the day.

Is there any software like this ?

Thanks in advance.

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If your talking about document syncronisation try Dropbox

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