It is the simple and convenient program for synchronization of files in folders.
It is well suited for file synchronization of data between hard disk and removable media, between the disks and folders published in a local network, and also simply to mirror data on different hard drives in case the failure of one of them. In the program you advance prescribe a set of pairs "Source-receiver", and later synchronize by pressing a single button.
Among the useful features of this program should be mentioned that the program stores the version number of each known file (At least once synchronized), and the hash of a file. Based on these data, the program quickly determines which files have changed and will be copied.
All new versions, for users which have got the license, will be given FREE of charge. Each time, after manufacture of the new version will be sent to you the letter on e-mail with the instruction for downloading.
Copying of the changed and added files from one folder in another.
Track versions of a file by its hash value.
Analysis of a pair of "source" - "receiver" on the differences in the files.
Processing of unlimited number of pairs of folders.
Ability to start the synchronization from the command line.
Often it is required that synchronization was made in both directions. For example if you are working on a project at home and in office, and carry the project through a flash drive. For two-way directory synchronization "A: \ Project" and "B: \ Project", simply enter your two pair, where one pair of "A: \ Project" will be a "source" and "B: \ Project" will be "receiver" and the second pair of opposite - "A: \ Project" will be "receiver" and "B: \ Project" will be a "source". In case, after editing of files in any of these folders, synchronization of both pairs the sequence of their synchronization has no value is made since newer files will be copied only.
What's new in version 2.5.1
Version 2.5.1 improves interface design; adds ability for analize folders on changes in files; adds ability to run synchronization from command line.