When you update the files, you want to make sure only the updated files are synchronised back to your computer.
You could just view files by date and copy the latest dated files, but that doesn't always work smoothly either.
The best option is a tool such as DSynchronize, which is a specialist tool with one key function, to make sure your files are synchronised between various destinations. This could be two computers, a local and portable drive, local and network drive or even the cloud.
What DSynchronize does very well is offer a number of functions to make sure you synchronise the correct files. You can preview your sync, create a bidirectional sync, exclude filesand then look over the results once complete.
* Standard and timer sync.
* RealTime sync.
* Bidirectional sync.
* Selective filter (you can exclude single files or folders).
* Start as Service (the program dont needs to log in).
* Supports Symbolic Links and Hard Links.
* Supports Junctions and Mount Points.
* Supports ACL.
* Log sent by Email.
* Bakcup of previous version of replaced files.
* Byte to byte compare.
* Supports multiple Jobs, each with its settings and sync paths.
* Minimum resource occupation (RAM and CPU).
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