Best Backup Software – SyncBack

Backup and synchronize your files – with power, ease and flexibility. SyncBack is the backup software that I use here at “Tech News for You”. With the FREE version, you will have three options (backup, sync, mirror) that are good options for people at home looking for a simple backup strategy. For a more complex strategy I encourage you to try (and buy) the more professional versions.

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Source: 2BrightSparks – SyncBackFree

Synchronize or backup your files and folders with SyncFolders (FREE)

SyncFolders helps you to synchronize the contents of two folders, including any subfolders. The folders may be on different disk drives, on the network, or storage devices attached to the USB port, including external hard disk drives, flash drives, and any other type of USB storage device. The program allows you to easily copy new and updated files and folders in either or both directions. SyncFolders is a very useful tool for backup and synchronization purposes.

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SyncBack v9.3.30.0

Looking for a backup solution to use at home can be a daunting task, coupled with the fact backup software often can be hard to understand. This is where SyncBack FREE saves the day. I have found this software, which has been around for a long time, to be a very easy backup software solution for folks at home. Here at “What’s On My PC” it is the software that is used for backup purposes. When you visit the site (2BrightSparks), scroll down the page and you will find SyncBack FREE

DSynchronize – FREE Backup Software That Is Perfect For People At Home

If you are a person at home who saves data (pictures, videos, documents, etc…) to an external hard drive (or other source) you may want to take a look at the FREE backup software called DSynchronize. This software is actually a portable app (no install required). Simply download it to a folder, unzip it and run. I would put this in a folder that you can go back to in the future to run the program and retain the settings. After starting the program you will see a bunch of settings. I typically leave it at the default settings. For typical backups, simply select the source folder and then the destination folder, then click on synchronize. After running a backup, “DSynchronize” will retain your settings for future use. I have used this program for years and it is all I use to back up gigabytes of data across my home network and to a external hard drives.

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DSynchronize is a stand-alone utility that let you periodically synchronize two or more folders on Hard Disk, Floppy Disk, LAN, USB Key, CD-DVD and FTP server.

List of main features:

° Standard and timer sync.
° RealTime sync.
° Bidirectional sync.
° Transactional sync (by the journal of NTFS).
° Selective filter (you can exclude single files or folders).
° Start as Service (the program don’t needs to log in).
° Supports Symbolic Links and Hard Links.
° Supports Junctions and Mount Points.
° Supports ACL.
° Log sent by Email.
° Backup of previous version of replaced files.
° Byte to byte compare.
° Supports multiple Jobs, each with it’s settings and sync paths.
° Minimum resource occupation (RAM and CPU).


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