Rather than throw away an old PC, most users simply give or sell it to another person. A two year old PC is certainly usable by all but the die-hard gamers. With this in mind, families now own more than one PC or might have a family PC, whilst the daughter has her own MacBook for college. The other scenario is where you have your home PC, another PC in the office and a laptop for the road. Either way, you'll want to keep your files synchronised between these machines.
GoodSync 6 is the latest file synchronisation tool that will enable you to share and synchronise files between PCs. The personal version is rather limited, so it's a commercial application. FolderShare 2.5.10 is file synchronisation technology based on the peer-to-peer network. It's free and there's also a Mac OS X version. You can choose who you want to invite in to your network, so you can choose your own machines, other company users or family members. It's from Microsoft, so you can trust the technology that drives the file sharing. Download FolderShare 2.5.10.
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