Keep your files updated
Using a USB key for storing files is very useful until confusion dawns on which file is the most recent. Allway Sync saves the work of checking the dates of files and can use a USB to keep files synchronised between two computers.
Setting up is simple; all that is required is to select the two folders that will be kept up to date. An analysis is made of the changes that have occurred and the changes are made after this.
Filters can be set to explicitly include or excludes files according to their type or location and logs can be created to record all the changes that Allway Sync has made.
The synchronisation can be started manually or according to a wide variety of criteria including when a USB key is plugged in, when files are changed or at regular intervals.
Advanced users can operate Allway Sync from the command prompt for fast use.
Files synchronised over a network are copied before removed so if the network connection is lost, the data is safe.
They request commercial users buy a license for US$20
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