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Chapter 6. Moving Data > Exchanging Data with Other Macs

6.2. Exchanging Data with Other Macs

Considering how many ways there are to get files back and forth between Macs, it seems almost comical that anybody complained when Apple discontinued built-in floppy disk drives. For one thing, you can almost always email the file to someone—even to yourself! And there are plenty of other ways to move files around:

6.2.1. By Network

With about $50 worth of equipment (or $400, if you want to go wireless), you can connect your Macs together into a network. Once you've done so, you can keep an icon for each Mac's hard drive on your screen. You can open files from the other drives, copy stuff back and forth—anything you would do with your own disk.


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