DSynchronize is a free program that synchronizes two or more directories on a local network. The application is also available with a Greek menu. In this case you need to download it DSynchronize Greek Pack unzip it and move the DSynchronize.lng file to the main program folder.
OPTIONS - SETTINGS
- "Save to Output" Used to save all the settings and memorize the directories that you synchronized.
- Anti-Fragment Reduces Disk Fragmentation: To prevent holes in the file structure when it is replaced, the old file is first removed from the structure and then the replacement file is inserted in place of the old file.
- "Enable synchronization timer" This option enables synchronization to be performed on a regular basis. You can set the waiting time between synchronizations based on hours and minutes. You can also specify certain days that you want to synchronize or a specific time of day that you specify.
- "Create folder if it does not exist" If the specified directory does not exist in the destination, it will be automatically created with the same name as the source directory.
- "End at end" This option will automatically shut down the computer after the end of synchronization.
- "Add date to destination folder" This option adds the date to the destination files. For example, if the source file x is "C: \ mapindestination" it will become "C: \ mapindestination 18-07-2004 22.30". This can be used to make multiple backups using a timestamp to show the difference between them.
- "Copy newer only" Update files in the destination folder only if the source files are more recent.
- "Two-way synchronization" This allows the most recent files in both locations to be copied to each other. Each file of the source and destination folders is checked and the most recent file is copied to both locations. The origin and destination must be the same after synchronization.
- "Real-time synchronization" Constantly monitors the specified folders (this uses very little CPU) for changes that occur in the source and therefore transmits them to the destination. Before enabling this option, it is important to complete a regular synchronization. In fact, the function of this option is to maintain two identical file sets from the beginning.
- "Auto-start" This automatically starts the program when Windows starts, with the last options you have saved. If the synchronization is done with a timer, it will be presented as scheduled, otherwise the synchronization will take place immediately.
- "Start as a service" This automatically starts the program as a service with the start of Windows. It is possible to specify the account under which the program will run. It is important to make sure that the specified account has sufficient privileges to access the source and destination directories. No installation required, however for it to work properly run it with administrator privileges.
OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows
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