Originally Posted by GTaylor
I remember a program called Ghost - it used to transport the contents from one entire hard drive to another, but than again you would have to connect the two together (And thus take apart one of the PCs). As far as transferring without taking stuff apart, besides the network all I can think of are burning it to a cd/dvd then loading it to the new PC, if it's not a lot of data you can use "Jump drives", they're not too expensive (I got mine for $42 employee cost, $60 retail and it can hold 256Megs, item is so small I carry it on my keychain. A very nice Christmas present for that geek in the family)
And stay away from IE - very buggy. Use Firefox, more stable and it doesn't have as big a bullseye as IE...plus, they have an option where you can export your bookmarks.
Good suggestions. One thing about Ghost though. If you back up the entire harddrive image and try to launch it on a new hard drive, you better make sure that their sizes are the same or you might be in for some major headaches.