This simple application synchronizes files in your selected folders and devices, but installation isn't novice-friendly.
Installing and setting up Mirror Image is fairly straightforward. But oddly, it doesn't create any desktop shortcuts, and we had to dig into the Program Files folder to run the program. File synchronization tasks, or "images," are easily made via the Mirror Image Service Manager. A comprehensive wizard is available to guide setting up images. There are two simple copy methods: the faster Standard method replicates files from the source folder to the destination folder, while the Merge method bidirectionally copies files from both source and destination folder. We found both methods demonstrated accurate results. The program lacks a scheduler, but with Mirror Image Service, file replication is continuous. We liked that the synchronization process uses minimal system resources and requires little user interaction.
This application is easy to use and suits the needs of any level user who wishes to keep files organized and up to date.
Mirror Image replicates files and sub-directories from one folder into another without any user command, batch jobs or even periodically running a scheduled task. Data replication is continuous. The program provides one-way and bi-directional replication with removable media support.