When you upgrade your PC, you probably won't want to migrate your entire drive across to the new machine. This might be impractical when the new PC has Vista and the old PC contains Windows XP. However, you'll want to migrate across old files and important data. An ideal tool would be a synchronisation application, where you could locate the destination and the source, check the files between the two machines, then allow the tool to synchronise the files it requires between both machines.
Easy2Sync for Files 1.23 is a free version of the tool that you can use to synchronise your files. It's ideal if you have a laptop and a PC. You could take your files with you on the road and then connect the two machines when you're back in the office and any files you've updated will be synchronised back to your work based PC.
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