Published by GeloSoft on 20 Feb 2011
"Directories synchronization software"This indispensable utility performs foolproof synchronization of files and directories, either one-way or bi-directionally, with many useful options. Files/folders can be easily synched from one computer to another, or from one to several.
This is extremely usely for anyone using both a laptop and a desktop computer who wants to keep their data files synchronized between the two. It is also very usefully for maintaining backups of data folders from one drive to another.
Synchronization can be one-way or bi-directional, and can be set to delete files on the destination directory which are not present in the source directory. Synchromagic also gives the option to transfer only if files are on target.
Tasks can also be performed over a local area network or between FTP sites as well. The program can also be used to create a mirror site for disaster recovery or to backup files, directories, and even entire drives. Specific tasks can also be saved and performed at the click of a button. The program can also be used to backup files, directories, as well as entire drives.
Synchromagic also features a handy separate ScanFolder utility to compare directories to determine file byte synchronization and directory comparison, and show at a glance where all the data is stored.
Run Menu-command line support is included and integration with Windows Task Scheduler. Schedule backup, restore or mirror and shut down computer when task is complete. Advise task with automatic email. New Silent Mode and include/exclude operations available.
Synchromagic's user-friendly graphical interface is highly intuitive, making it a simple and cost-effective way to keep all your files, folders and systems synchronized.
Requirements: 12 Mb disk space
What's new in this version: Minor bugs fixed
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