Migrate Windows PC to Mac

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Dec 23, 2017 Dec 23, 2017

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I have about a dozen Muse projects each in it's own folder on a drive on a Windows PC. Each of those folders also include an 'Assets' folder containing . . . well, all the assets. I have also performed a Export to HTML into each of those folders. I do that so I have a complete package that I can FTP to a server if, for some reason the Update to FTP Host were to be a problem.

I have a Hosting Account that I use for hosting + I use it for backup storage. I just upload them to a BU folder where they are parked.

One of the Muse projects is a custom Home page for my browser(s). I copied it to the root of a new MacBook Air, opened it it Muse, made a few small adjustments relative to the small screen. I opened the folder, clicked on the .html. it opened in the browser which I then assigned as the Home/Opening page.

I Now want to migrate all the other Muse project folders to a day old iMac. I imagine doing a simple copy to a Finder|Documents|Muse Projects (or other) folder on the Mac and expect them to be used by Muse on that system.

Any suggestions related to that process will be appreciated. Any possible problems I should look for?

Thanks

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LEGEND , Dec 23, 2017 Dec 23, 2017
Mac and Windows files are a little different but most the time you can get away with just storing them without errorsHigh Sierra has a bug up its ^&*# about file access and Windows guest accounts are a known nightmare to network... a much safer way to store backups locally is a NAS drive

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Mac and Windows files are a little different but most the time you can get away with just storing them without errors

High Sierra has a bug up its ^&*# about file access and Windows guest accounts are a known nightmare to network... a much safer way to store backups locally is a NAS drive

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