File synchronisation is incredibly useful. If you are creating a web site, it makes it easy to ensure that the latest version of files are uploaded, and synchronisation can also be used to create backups of important files.
GoodSync can be used in synchronisation or backup mode, making it a versatile tool. Files can be synchronised with or backed up to other folders, separate drives, removable media, networked computers or online servers.
Used in two-way synchronisation mode, GoodSync makes it easy to keep files in sync in two locations - as soon as files are created, edited or deleted, the change will be reflected in the connected location. Used in one-way backup mode, GoodSync provides a means of safeguarding your files.
But it does not end there. GoodSync can also be used to synchronise data between applications. There are a number of supported programs, including RoboForm, Outlook, QuickBooks and Windows Mail. The program is easy to set up and the synchronisation is fast and reliable, helping to give you peace of mind.
Note that there is a Pro version available.
What's new in 10.4.5.8 (see full changelog for more)?
* BackBlaze B2: Implement parallel upload of large files in chunks, other bug fixes.
* BackBlaze B2: Increase chunk size from 5 Mb to 40 Mb.
* SFTP: Allow longer packets, as some server send very packets of 360Kb and more.
* SFTP: add error catcher on Close Download, some connections errors were missed.
* Box.com and WebDAV SSL: Add SNI to Box.com and WebDAV, as their servers may use it.
* Fix SetFileOwner that was broken, due to GS trying to parse SID as PSD.
* On File Change: Check deleted files against filters, so that they do not trigger Analyze.
* Unattended Runner: fix rare crashes on job finish.
* Browse Tasks and OAuth2: make them start and stop more correctly.
* CC Runner: Submit log lines in a separate thread, so that log line submission does not delay sync.
* Update DE and AR localizations.
A solid and reliable synchronisation tool which doubles as a backup program.