Currently Being ModeratedAug 17, 2012 7:55 PM (in response to BGmail)
I am sorry to say, but there is no way to actually "mirror" your two macs to the best of my knowledge. However, there are some options out there that will come close to suit your needs.
With dropbox, you can set certain folders to sync to your dropbox account. So if you wanted your documents synced between the two macs, you would sync your document folders to your dropbox account on both computers, and all documents would be combined. Whenever you add a new document, or change a document, it automatically changes in the dropbox foder as well.
Dropbox can be used for any folder. So you are not limited to jsut documents. However, Dropbox comes with a free 2GB, and mroe GBs cost extra.
Another option could be ChronoSync. I have not had personal expiernce with this application, but the reviews I had read, sound very promising. I am not going to go into full detail about this one, but I think its worth a read. http://www.econtechnologies.com/pages/cs/chrono_overview.html
A feature of ChronoSync which will probably benefit you the most: http://www.econtechnologies.com/pages/cs/chrono_tips18.html
Respond back with more questions and concerns about this. I found this a very interresting question and loved answer it. Have a great day and may the odds ever be in your favor.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 10, 2013 10:00 AM (in response to BGmail)
What I've done is installed OSX on an external HDD then boot from that on my iMac and MacBook.
This is a great way of doing it as I always have my computer with me in form of my 2.5" external HDD, I can boot it up from any Mac...
Currently Being ModeratedSep 14, 2013 12:50 AM (in response to casper_lykke)
Is it that simple?
My hard drive burnt out. Replaced it. Looks like I'll have to sync my laptop like that because I lost everything. No, I did not back up (stupid head). Is this the best way to start? I have an iMac (out of warranty) and this MacBook Air since 2007. Not interested in iPad or new hardware at all. I'm not a geek, but would like to learn more about the innards and how to handle software properly. Apple is tops in my book, but I always feel like they have me on a hook.