Back Up | Syncovery (was Super Flexible File Synchronizer) 7.83
Author: Super Flexible Software Ltd. & Co. KG
Date: 03/26/2017 05:38 PM
Size: 31.4 MB
License: Shareware $59.90
Requires: OS X 10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9/10.10/10.11/10.12
Downloaded: 3640 times
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In addition, it comes with support for FTP, SSH, HTTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, and Google Docs. You can use ZIP compression and data encryption. There are powerful synchronization modes, including Standard Copying, Exact Mirror, and SmartTracking.
• Each sync job is saved as a profile so that you only need to specify the settings once.
• Includes a scheduler. Schedule the synchronization of your data on a backup hard disk at a convenient time each day, or as frequently as you wish.
• Internet Support. Supports various Internet protocols, including FTP, FTPS, SFTP/SSH, WebDAV, SSL, HTTP, and Amazon S3 web storage.
• Compression and Encryption Support. Easily zip your files and encrypt them with strong 256-bit encryption.
• Detects Moved Files. If you reorganized your folders by moving files to different locations, Super Flexible File Synchronizer will detect this and quickly perform the same moves, for example, on your laptop.
• SmartTracking. This feature keeps a database of all files so that it can detect file deletions and conflicts.
• Exact Mirror Mode. If desired, you can create an exact mirror of your data, even if this means that some files are deleted or replaced with older files.
• Versioning: this feature enables you to keep multiple older versions of each file in the backup.
• Partial File Updating (or delta copying): this feature copies only the changed portions of files in order to speed up the synchronization.
• Database-safe mode: This mode requires exclusive access to the files to be copied.
• Easy Resuming On Disk Full. You simply make more space and ask the software to continue copying. It can pause right in the middle of a file until additional space is freed.
• Obsolete File Folders. If you occasionally move obsolete files to a specially designated folder, this usually causes trouble with traditional file synchronizers. They will copy the obsolete files back from your laptop right into the folders where you moved them out of. No longer! If you use the Select Folders and Files option, you can specify folders for obsolete files using the right mouse button. These folders are then taken into account for moving files into them, but not for copying files out. Thus, the synchronizer does the same moving of obsolete files on your laptop that you previously did on the PC, but it does not waste any time copying all obsolete files between the two machines.
Limitations: 30-day trial.
OS X 10.5+
For OS X 10.4 use this link.
Also available is:
Universal Binary version 5.7.2a
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