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Syncless 2.1

File synchronisation provides a great way to easily create backups of files you don't want to lose and ensure that up to date copies of files are always available in the folders you need them in. The traditional option for file synchronisation is to select two folder and use a program to ensure that the contents of each is updated whenever files are changed.

Syncless can be used in this way but it also has another trick up its sleeve - folder tagging. By assigned tags to folders, it is possible to synchronise related files with ease regardless of where they may be stored. For example, you may have digital photographs scattered across several folders on your hard drive, and this would ordinarily mean having to configure a number of paired folder.

With Syncless, you can simply assign a 'photos' tag to each of these folders before choosing another folder to which the files should be synchronised. Synchronisation is taken care of automatically so you never need to worry about not having the most recent version of a file in the right place.

Syncless' unique approach to file synchronisation is incredibly versatile and includes the option to sync files to a USB drive or even another computer. Filtering can be used to exclude certain types of file if necessary. If you need to keep files in sync, this is a powerful alternative to other synchronisation tools.
 

Platforms: Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
Version: 2.0
Licence: Freeware
Manufacturer: big5sync
Date Added: {ts '2010-10-20 11:09:00'}


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