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Synching files between two systems

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#1 Eyesee


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Posted 15 April 2011 - 04:41 PM

I am looking for a good way to synch files between my office and home computer via a USB drive.
What I am currently doing is copying and pasting files from the office system to the home unit which does not have internet access. This works but I need to make sure that I dont mess up and accidentally overwrite the latest version of a file. I have to remember where the latest version is and my memory isnt so good anymore.

I know that Windows has Briefcase which I have used before to go from a tower to laptop system.
But I need to go from system A to USB to system B and back again.

The home system does not have internet access so it has to be done via a USB drive.
Anyone know of any way to do this easily other than my usual copy/paste routine?
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