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Free Allway Sync 12.0.12 (Backup utilities)

Posted In Backup - Recover - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 With No Comments »

Allway Sync is a free File Synchronization, Backup, Data Replication, PC Sync Software, Freeware, File Sync, Data Synchronization Software!

File Sync

Allway Sync Features

  • Free for personal use synchronization software. No spyware, adware or malware.
  • Easy-to-use graphical interface.
  • Performs true bi-directional and n-way file and folder synchronization, forget about backup and restore routines.
  • File modifications and deletions are tracked in a local database. So, Allway Sync knows the true history of your files – no unnecessary questions asked.
  • Our innovative, proprietary algorithms do not rely on the accuracy of the system clock or network connection quality. So, Allway Sync helps prevents data loss.
  • Generates a full report of differences between synchronization folders.
  • Synchronizes folders as well. Allway Sync detects when folders are removed from one device and removes them from any other corresponding synchronization targets.
  • Supports virtually any file system (FAT, NTFS, SAMBA, Netware, X-Drive, CDFS, UDF and more).
  • Can be installed on a desktop, laptop, USB stick, external HDD or a U3-enabled device (see details).
  • Capable of synchronizing more than two folders.
  • Synchronize data between your desktop PCs and laptops over a network.
  • A good way to backup and restore files if you run Allway Sync in one-way mode.
  • Specify independent synchronizarion parameters for any number of sets of folders (multiple jobs).
  • Transfer documents from one computer to another using an intermediate removable drive.
  • Or just synchronize with a removable device (USB key, flash drive, CDRW, Zip) so that you always have your data with you.
  • Flexible configuration and customization.
  • Supports files of any size.

Home page: allwaysync.com

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