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Also compatible with Windows 7/8/8.1/10/Server 2008/2012/2016/2019
Allway Sync uses innovative synchronization algorithms to synchronize your data between desktop PCs, laptops, USB drives, remote FTP/SFTP and WebDAV servers, various online data storages and more. Data compression and encryption are supported. It combines bulletproof reliability with extremely easy-to-use interface. Allway Sync also can synchronize your PC data with a Mac via Sync Gateway.
Free for moderate personal use
Easy to use Windows interface
- Complete multiple-folder synchronization routinely with just one click.
- Automatic, on-screen, context-sensitive hints.
- Simple setup lets you start right away.
- Multilingual user interface localized to support more than 30 languages.
Real all-way file and folder synchronization
One software, multiple solutions
Sync data between your desktop PCs, laptops, tablets and more.
Reliable data back-up
Replicate and back-up data between your home and office computers, NAS, external drives
Update and back-up files over a local network or the Internet.
Multiple directories support
Synchronize more than two directories at once.
Removable devices support
Synchronize removable devices (USB keys, flash drives) with a local drive or any other device.
Cloud storage sync
Sync and backup to the number of supported online storage services, FTP or WebDAV servers and more.
Sync Gateway for Mac
Want to synchronize your Mac data with a PC? Install Sync Gateway to your Mac and set up a sync with it using Allway Sync in a few clicks! Strong SSL encryption, multiple connections and even no need to know the IP address. Free for personal use.
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Latest NewsFreeFileSync 11.14 has been released!
- Authenticate (S)FTP connections using OpenSSL 3.0
- Fixed E_NOINTERFACE error after synchronization
- Preempt crashes due to Nahimic Sonic Studio 3
- Hide main window when minimizing progress window (macOS)
- Avoid second dock icon when minimizing progress window (macOS)
This is implemented by integrating a professional transactional email service (Mailgun) which means that no complicated configurationis needed, e.g. for an SMTP server login. Just enter your email address in the synchronization settings and be done.
The conditions for the FreeFileSync Donation Edition have changed – for the better. Each user may now install the Donation Edition on up to three of his devicesinstead of just one.
Previously it wasn't clear how to "count users" without requiring some inconvenient form of authentication. FreeFileSync solves this problem by acknowledging that it's normal to own multiple devices and counting them instead. Three devices is probably enough for most users, but not for all:
For donors who are maintaining a larger number of devices, the update intervals have been doubled. And as an added bonus, installing FreeFileSync on a virtual machinedoes not increase the overall device count anymore.
The FreeFileSync Donation Edition with support for email notifications can be obtained via the official website: https://freefilesync.org
FreeFileSync directly accesses the files online, without the need to install additional synchronization software such as Google Backup & Sync.
This saves the hard drive space that is usually needed for a full local copy of all Google Drive files, and enables further performance improvements with FreeFileSync's ability to copy multiple files in parallel.
The result of directory listings is buffered by FreeFileSync, which allows for future accesses to complete instantaneously. Changes that happen outside of FreeFileSync are synchronized automatically by only transferring the small delta of differences.
Google generously has granted high quotas for FreeFileSync's users, so even the most-demanding sync scenarios are covered.
FreeFileSync with Google Drive support can be downloaded from the official website: https://freefilesync.org
FreeFileSync version 10 has added support for copying multiple files in parallel. It is now possible to specify the number of parallel file operations for each device inside the settings. During synchronization FreeFileSync will then spawn several tasks accordingly instead of processing only one file after another.
This new design offers huge performance improvements for all scenarios that are dominated by latency, like synchronization against network shares or cloud devices including SFTP and FTP(S). The idle time after issuing each file I/O request while waiting for the network response is not the limiting factor anymore: The number of parallel operations can be set as high as needed until the bandwidth is saturated and the network card is operating at full speed.
The new parallel file operations architecture is not limited to the synchronization step, but used throughout the application. Folder comparison will issue multiple requests at a time even when traversing only a single base folder, by dynamically managing the workload while recursively reading the folder tree. Binary-comparison also processes all files in parallel.
The FreeFileSync installer is now ad-free! Before version 10, FreeFileSync had shown a single advertisement during installation to help fund the project. Beginning with version 10, the project is fully relying on donations from users to finance its ongoing expenses in software development and support. A huge thanks to everyone who is contributing to make this possible!
– Zenju [project lead] –
Official website: https://freefilesync.org
- Mirror Synchronization
- Two Way Synchronization
- Folder Comparison
- External Applications
- Batch Jobs
- Task Scheduling
- Tips and Tricks
Cross-Platform File and Folder Synchronization Software adds Support for FTP and FTPS
FreeFileSync (https://freefilesync.org) has released version 9.1 of its free open source file synchronization utility for Windows, Linux, and macOS.
The new version supports synchronization via FTP (File Transfer Protocol) and the encrypted variant FTPS (SSL/TLS). This further enhances FreeFileSync's capabilities to not only work with local drives and network shares but also synchronize mobile and cloud storage.
FreeFileSync eliminates the tedious and error-prone task of manually identifying files that have changed on the source folder and copying them to the target folder, no matter what protocol is used to access files. Users can set up mirror, two-way, or custom synchronization rules, and then create batch jobs that run the sync without requiring manual interaction. Batch jobs can be started with a simple mouse double-click or triggered automatically by a task scheduler.
FreeFileSync detects moved files and reproduces the move on the target drive. This avoids time consuming file copy and delete operations and instead completes the task with a single hard drive access. This even works in mirror synchronization scenarios where the target file system does not support file IDs (e.g. FTP/SFTP) or has unstable file IDs (e.g. FAT).
FreeFileSync includes features that are normally found only in the premium versions of commercial applications. It can copy locked files using the Volume Shadow Copy Service, compare file content in binary mode, handle symbolic links and run real two-way synchronizations including detecting conflicts and propagating deletions. FreeFileSync fully supports long file paths with more than 260 characters, copies NTFS extended attributes, security permissions and alternate data streams. The application takes advantage of 64-bit and multiple CPU cores if available and is fully Unicode compatible.
FreeFileSync supports MTP (Media Transfer Protocol), making it easy for users to synchronize files and folders between their PCs and their iPad, iPhone, Android smartphone, tablet, digital camera, digital audio players, or other MTP devices. The tool is fully integrated with Windows Explorer and allows users to jump to their MTP files in Explorer, open them directly with their default application, or to drag and drop MTP folders from Explorer into FreeFileSync. FreeFileSync supports FTP, FTPS, SFTP, enabling web developers to publish changes to their local website copy by running a FreeFileSync batch job - with only a double-click of the mouse.
The software has been optimized for usability and performance. It can scan a hard drive with hundreds of thousands of files in a few seconds, while scanning multiple folders in parallel. The synchronization steps are laid out in the optimal order that minimizes peaks in disk space consumption and FreeFileSync's fail-safe file copy algorithm prevents data corruption when the synchronization process is terminated unexpectedly, e.g. due to power loss. Graphs and detailed messages give relevant feedback and provide structure on multiple visual and textual levels: getting an overview of a hard drive's space distribution can be quickly accomplished by navigating a directory tree showing file count and sizes below each node.
Pricing and Availability
FreeFileSync is available without cost. FreeFileSync runs on Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10, Mac OS X 10.8 and newer, and all major distributions of Linux.
Official website: https://freefilesync.org
Contact person: Zenju
Email: press [AT] freefilesync [DOT] org
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