Synchredible is a folder synchronization tool for Windows. It is solely wizard-based, which makes things very easy to set up. It can synchronize the files on two folders and their sub-folders. It supports multiple synchronization tasks and has quite a few options that help to customize the process.
Setting up a synchronization task is very easy and, unless you need to set up advanced filters or use the scheduling system, you can simply select the two folders that you want to sync and then hit "next" on all screens. In my testing, I was able to automatically move the contents of folder 1 into folder 2 every 10 minutes, which you can change in the settings. I didn't set any advanced filters, but you can choose to exclude or include files based on various attributes, like date modified, size, extension, etc.
The scheduling options are very good. You can tell the application during what day or days of the week to carry out the synchronization of your folders. You can even set events that will trigger a synchronization, like starting Windows, detection of a USB device, Windows logoff, etc. Actions to be carried out before and after the synchronization can also be set.
- It couldn't be easier to use.
- Good scheduling options