Synchredible allows you to synchronize contents of two folders. This is important when you need to back up your data or to keep exactly the same files in different locations, as doing this manually is too time-consuming and effort-demanding.
The design of its interface makes it really easy to use. When you start the application, there is a start screen, where synchronization jobs are listed. Four basic operations are available at this point: creating, editing and deleting jobs as well as starting synchronization. Creating a new job is really easy because there is a wizard to help you. You should start by setting the two locations to synchronize. Not only local folders are supported but network locations and external drives as well. Then, you should specify a direction for synchronization: one-way and two-way modes are available. You can also set the program to perform differential copying by synchronizing files according to their time stamps. Other options let you delete files and folders from the target location that are no longer present on the source folder, synchronize only the files with different contents and ignore hidden files or folders. You can also set filters based on file names or extensions. There is also a scheduler for you to plan when you want the job to be executed. Then, you can set a group of actions to be carried out before or after the job is run. Finally, you should assign a name to the created job, which you may also include in a personalized group.
In a few words, Synchredible allows you to easily set synchronization tasks, which are then performed fast and accurately. It supports various types of locations, yet it does not support synchronizing FTP directories. Although the free version works without functional or time limitations, it will display a nagging screen from time to time.
- It is easy to use.
- It supports network locations and external drives.
- It can perform differential synchronizations.
- It supports several filters
- It does not support FTP directories.
- The trial version shows a nagging screen from time to time