I have some files on a Win98 computer and I want to transfer them to my Mac. Email is not an option, either is transferring them by floppy disk.
I can share files on the Internet with my Mac but haven't succeeded with Win98.
So my question is, is this just another example of the superiority of the MacOS, that it provides the Web Sharing capability, or are my efforts suffering due to the lack of appropriate or equivalent tools to do the job with Win98? And if I lack the tools, what do I download that will allow me to do this?
Another question that would solve my problem but is more open is, are there other ways to tranfer large files, hence the floppy failure, from Win98 to a Mac? For example using the PC as a SCSI disk. And what would I need to accomplish your solution?
Any thoughts toward a solution are greatly appreciated.
the Mandarin O.