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I have a folder of a project I am working on in another pc. I want to transfer the codes to another pc so as to proceed from there.

What I have tried:

I dont know how to get about it
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Updated 14-Aug-21 10:17am
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Richard MacCutchan 14-Aug-21 6:45am
   
Zip the files and copy them onto a USB stick.

The best way is probably to use the basic GIT support in VS Code: set up a project on Github, then clone the repo with VS Code.

That way, you can edit the project from both PC's, provided you commit and sync when you are moving from one to the other.
This should help: Working with GitHub in Visual Studio Code[^]
   
Apart from what Solution 1 suggests and what Richard has mentioned in the comment to question, I would also suggest giving a try to the Visual Studio Live Share[^] in Visual Studio Code. This should give you a good way to "quickly" share the codebase.

You will not have to migrate the code base or configure the dev environments, and your new machine can quickly access the code and suggest changes while running on existing platform. :)
   

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