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What about using Live Mesh?

Seriously, check Live Mesh out. No manual syncing involved. No transporting an external HD back and forth. Install the client on one machine, setup one or more folders to sync, setup the client on the other machine, connect to the synced folders and you are done. Changes to files in one place are nearly instantly updated on the other computer.

General Software Discussion / Re: [Solved] Batch file problem
« on: April 04, 2008, 06:15 AM »
You're welcome...glad I could help.

General Software Discussion / Re: Batch file problem
« on: April 03, 2008, 12:17 PM »
Use the CALL statement anywhere you are calling another .BAT file.

For example,

CALL EmailFileMissing.bat

Without the the CALL statement, the current .BAT file runs the second .BAT file but execution is not returned when the second .BAT file is finished.  The CALL statement means run the second .BAT file and then return execution to the line after the CALL.

General Software Discussion / Re: Time Tracking Tool lost...
« on: January 01, 2007, 10:21 AM »
Was it TimeSnapper

Finished Programs / Re: IDEA: Windows system tray clock replacement
« on: January 03, 2006, 02:29 PM »
Here are a couple others...

TClock Light
  - Translated via Google


I've used TClock Light for a couple years on XP with no problems at all.  It's very similar to TClockEx, but works correctly with the new taskbar in XP.


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