1-abc.net Synchronizer 7.01 estaba como Giveaway el día n 20 de noviembre de 2014
Guardar la información en los discos duros internos o externos, memorias USB, tarjetas SD y otros medios regrabables siempre tiene una gran desventaja: no hay ningún usuario utiliza el mismo camino y más tarde se entera de que los archivos de una carpeta que una vez creó para realizar copias de seguridad de seguridad, se han cambiado porque no se modificó el contenido de la carpeta fuente original.
Otros copian documentos a una memoria USB, hacen cambios en el archivo y se olvidan de sobrescribir más tarde en su computador local. O guardan un archivo en una unidad de red para permitir que otros usuarios hacer cambios, pero se olvidan de actualizar el archivo para su propio uso local antes de editar los datos de nuevo.
1-abc.net Synchronizer es capaz de comparar carpetas, detectar nuevos archivos, así como los modificados y siempre guarda las últimas versiones de las dos carpetas. Ahora usted no tiene que preocuparse por tener los datos actuales.
Usted puede iniciar una sincronización manual o configurar el programa de una manera que lo hace este trabajo para usted programado y automáticamente.
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Installed and registered the long way without problems on a Win 8.1 Pro 64 bit system. Double checked eMail …
A German company with address&phone and all legal information as required by European law. From Backup over Birthday reminder to the different washers. We had a lot of their products in the recent months.
The software is from May 2014.
Upon start a simple resizable window opens, some options from language over animation on/off to the place of the log file.
You define pairs of folders, which can be synchronized. In the "about" proudly named the chef programmer : Stefan Siegert.
I hope, he will read my comment.
Dear Mr. Siegert, this should be version 7.1. Really? Did you ever test your program with a nearly full drive. Surely not. I did. You do not calculate free space, you don't know beforehand, what you should copy and you use the windows copy command, without checking the exit code. I will tell you, what happens. The windows copy detects, that the drive is full and gives a message. But your program tries to copy and copy again. I have to cancel manually your program to stop the further copying to a full drive. Such basic errors still in version 7.1?
I have made a screen print from your history file after copying some files to "folder2" and then cancelling the program:
Can you find any usefull information? I cannot.
Have a look at FreeFileSync to see, how these things are made.
A simple syncronise program. Does not do, what I expect. Uninstalled via reboot. Sorry Mr. Siegert...
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This type of app won't make much of a difference in today's market filled with similar software. The major con is this app is not able to encrypt data while snycing over a network, which is a big security loophole.Besides, there are a lots of software who do the same thing and more, I'd just like like to mention a few of my preferred ones:
Portable,Five synchronisation modes, Copy, Mirror, Equalise, Move and Clean,Backup and restore in industry standard Zip, 7-Zip and GZip files,AES-256 encryption.
DirSync Pro is a small, but powerful utility for file and folder synchronization,incremental backups.
SyncToy 2.1 is a free application that synchronizes files and folders between locations.
https://code.google.com/p/big5sync/ Sync items just by tagging folders! Portable
5.For comparing and merging folders on the fly :
A little old but still does the Job!repeated copies at intervals as short as a few minutes, or as long as several months, copy only files that have changed, and the replication of folder and file deletions.
And many more... Thanks GAOTD :)
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With so many good and free folder synchronization products around, it is incomprehensible why anyone would expect people to pay for such a product, or waste their own time creating a new one.
The best free product I encountered is FreeFileSync, found at http://www.freefilesync.org/. Recommended.
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Does what it claims, but as rightly pointed out by #1 there's no point of charging money for this kind of programs nowadays.
Unfortunately this developer is known to be specialized in apps which can be easily replaceable with better FREE alternatives.
So why does he keep on making such tools? Probably he hope that people on the web are not aware of FREE & BETTER ALTERNATIVES!
But hey, there is GIOVANNI here, the KING of FREEBIES:
http://synchronicity.sourceforge.net/features.html (==> My Personal First Choice)
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On the basis that GOTD has always set out to be as useful a resource for developers as it is for computer users, I second Harry M's comment at #1: there's no need for any private individual to pay for back-up software of this type . . . so why is today's developer even bothering?
The market leader in this particular sector is Synchredible,
the creation of a highly-regarded specialist German developer -- not a general-purpose developer like 1-abc.net, which seems merely to have added its 'Synchronizer' to a wide product portfolio yet without any evidence of specialist provenance.
Synchredible continues to be free of charge to domestic users. (And no, there aren't two different versions, one paid-for, one not: domestic consumers get the exact same software as commercial customers.) It has one of the best User Manuals I've ever encountered -- large print text used sparingly on lots-of-white-space pages -- and it synchronizes at not far short of the speed of light thanks to a patented engine that certainly isn't to be found in any other program of this type. I install it on the computers of friends and relatives and rank it as an example of freeware that's right up there with Win Patrol, Malwarebytes, Revo Uninstaller and CCleaner.
There's really no excuse nowadays not to use back-up software. External drives cost less now than the price of so-called "retrieval" / "recovery" programs; silent-running, in-the-background synchronizing software is immeasurably better than not bothering to back-up and thinking ah, well, disaster won't happen to me.
Thanks, then, GOTD and thanks, too, to 1-abc.net. Unfortunately, today's software has landed in a market sector where there's no room for anything with a retail sticker on the box; expecting to be paid $20 a time for Synchronizer 7 when Synchredible is already out there speaks more of downright naivety than shrewd business planning. Back to the drawing board, folks.
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