'Syncing' PCs in home network and other how-tos
My main question is quite simple: I'm running two machines (a lappy and gaming PC) and use both for same activities such as browsing web, listening to music etc. etc. My problem is that doing the same activities leaves parts of bookmarks/music/younameit on one machine, and other parts on another. Now, manually copying all these files isn't hard, but in truth, it's pretty annoying.
I'm planning to run Win7 RC on both machines. What I want to do is 'syncing' both machines, so certain files or folders would be shared or updated after every session. Are there any built-in solutions for such situations? Should I look for some app? Or maybe I can set it up in Total Commander? You tell!
In fact, what I really need isn't just answer to this rather small question but some nice guide that would explain to me how to get the most out of home networks. I'm pretty sure that there are tons of great ideas and solutions for setting these things up I haven't heard of. I got my first lappy a year ago and haven't really got used to idea of having two computers to use.