If you use more than one computer or mobile data storage the challenge is often keeping all or some of your files synchronized. Siber Systems, makers of RoboForm has a solution – GoodSync.
GoodSync’s web site reads GoodSync uses an innovative synchronization algorithm to synchronize your data between desktop PCs, laptops, USB drives and more. GoodSync combines bulletproof reliability with an extremely easy to use interface.
Most synchronization software claim to synchronize your files, but many simply copy from place to place. GoodSync offers true bi-directional synchronization, which prevents deletion of files and data loss.
Real Two-way File and Folder Synchronization
True folder (directory) synchronization with all file modifications tracked in a database to prevent data loss.
Use one-way synchronization to easily backup and/or restore old files.
Synchronize Multiple Jobs at Once
You can create as many jobs as you need and can accomplish routine multiple-job synchronization with just one click.
A variety of automatic synchronization options include; when file changes are detected, a removable device is connected, a time period has elapsed, on user logon/logout, or on a set time schedule.
GoodSync supports virtually all file systems. Our interface is multilingual and is localized to support more than 20 languages.
GoodSync can be used to synchronize data between your desktop PC and laptop, home and office computers, computer and removable devices (USB Key, Flash Drive, CDRW disc), over a local network or the Internet.
GoodSync was developed by Siber Systems, the creators of RoboForm, an award winning password management and form-filling software. RoboForm was named PC Magazine’s Editor’s Choice with a Five Star rating and CNET’s Software of the Year.
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