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I'm running Visual Studio C++ and C# Express 2010 on two computers. I'd like to have a shared Projects directory. What are my options?

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Use source control. – Daniel Beck Apr 25 '11 at 10:51

You have many options.

  • You could share your projects directory out from one computer and use it on the other.

  • You could store your projects on a NAS or server share

  • You could store the projects 'in the cloud' using something like CVS, SVN, etc

  • You could store your projects in a shared online storage system, like DropBox.

The options are endless.

It all boils down to what you actually want to achieve.

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