How to share files between a Mac and PC

Mar 27, 2007 - 2 Comments

Love it or hate it, but we live in a world with multiple operating systems. Sure we prefer Mac’s, but the chances are high that at some point you’ll have to interface your Mac with a PC to share files. Sharing files between Mac OS X and Windows is much easier than it used to be thanks largely to Samba technology, but if you aren’t sure how to do it, then these articles on are what you need. It’s certainly not rocket science, so don’t shy away from setting up your own network, all you need is a network, your Mac, and a Windows PC.

Share files from a Mac to Windows PC – covers enabling file sharing on the Mac and then connecting to the Mac from a Windows PC. Works with OS X 10.6 and 10.7 and Windows Xp, Vista, 7.

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  1. Achey Breaky says:

    This is reaaaally easy to do I am surprised they are getting plastered around the social web… go figure

    I guess there’s no iSharePC app so most Mac users dont know eh??

  2. kaikaikai says:

    this is awesome.
    thanks for sharing!
    saved me so much time

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