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backup and synchronize your files PureSync is a file backup and synchronization software that can automatically keep a backup of your important files, import files from your digital camera and synchronize the contents of multiple folders. The program offers a step-by-step wizard to configure your backup and synchronization tasks and set advanced options like file exclusions, conflicts management, compare options and more. You can choose to run the backups manually as needed or automatically on a regular schedule. The program can also synchronize your files automatically when it detects that they have been modified, or when a specific device (e.g a USB drive) is connected or a certain folder is found. Free for personal use. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Christoph Guentner (2) Price Free
Version 7.2.2  history Last updated Jan 29, 2024
File Size 10.5 Mb Requirements None

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Has some qualms but still it's good 4 stars by yassertariq Dec 15, 2020 (Read all my 90 reviews)
The main drawback is that it only supports 15 jobs and lacks compression/encryption. show Review details
An excellent backup software 5 stars by wtawfik Jan 21, 2013 (Read all my 2 reviews)
I use it to backup on a network drive. It has incremental backup & is super fast. A lot of options & it does support Arabic file names (I guess other non ASCII languages too), which was a problem for me in other backup software. The interface could be a little bit better, but for a freeware with all these options, I can't be that fussy. show Review details
Needs work 3 stars by gimpguy Sep 09, 2011 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
To start, it's interface is very clunky and ill worded in some cases like "Same a backup" "Source files will be delete" etc... Unless this is being translated to English, I see no reason for such bad grammar in an application and maybe I'm picky, but that always threw me a bit when I'd see bad grammar in an application of any kind. (unless of course as stated, there is translation going on) As far as the picking and choosing, it really burns me up when I click on something and the selection screen flies back to the top. If I select the downloads folder and then want to select downloads within the folder, it shoots back up to the User folder (or hierarchy of whatever folder) first, causing me to click on something else all the time. FTP sync simply keeps acting as if it's doing something and never loads so I can't even say what's going wrong. The good points are that it's free, has some decent options like photo sync, FTP (ahem), backup and synchronization. It needs some work but is still a decent backup program and has a lot of potential. I'll stay with Syncback though for now and keep an eye on this one. show Review details
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