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What is the best way to move my projects to another computer
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by:George K.
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Just move the whole directory on your new PC.
If there are any libraries misssing righ click on each project and make the approrpriate changes.
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whole directory: where the netbeans projects are stored.
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Yep.  You should just be able to cut/paste.  If your projects are set up as maven projects, it's even easier since you don't need to manage the dependencies yourself.
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