|Apr 11, 2010, 04:48 PM||#1|
How To Sync Macbook Pro with iMac desktop
I have spoken to a bunch of tech support and sales people at Apple and no one can tell me definitively how to sync all my files on a regular basis between my 2006 iMac 20" desktop and my new Macbook Pro 17" that I'm thinking of buying.
I know I can do the initial migrate from my desktop to my MBP. But How do I sync it on a daily basis. For instance, if I make some changes to some files on my laptop and make changes to different files on my desktop, I would like to be able to connect the two and for software to be able to detect that I changed some files on each and cross-update all those files so both my laptop and my desktop have the latest versions of all the files. (i'm looking for more than just address book and calendar etc...that you can do with mobile me).
|Apr 11, 2010, 09:17 PM||#4|
I don't have much personal experience using it, but I see it mentioned frequently as a suggestion for people in your situation.
Do a forum search here for ChronoSync. I'm pretty sure you'll find some threads with folks that use it regularly.
|Apr 12, 2010, 09:43 AM||#5|
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