I have a Windows XP Thinkpad T60 laptop at home and a Windows XP Dell desktop computer at work. I normally work interchangeably in both my laptop and desktop computers. I want the data stored in both my computers to be synchronized. For example, lets say i created a new "sample.docx" file in my desktop computer at work, when i return home, i want to continue working on the "sample.docx" file from where i left off at work.
It is not necessary for the entire C drive to be synchronized between the two computers. I only want a method by which i can successfully synchronize the data stored in specific folders or directories between my two computers. What is the most efficient way to do this ?
I would prefer to have the synchronized data between my two computers to be stored in my respective computer hard disks which will allow me to work offline after any possible synchronization process that has been performed through some online process.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
1) I have tried the manual method of saving files in thumb drive and transferring them back and forth between the two computers every once in a while to synchronize the data but this method has a lot of associated disadvantages.
2) I have also tried "Google Docs" method, but i don't like it for several reasons.
3) Hence i am looking for some other better way than those above.