Portable Syncovery Premium 10.11.13.173 (x64)
Syncovery Portable provides you with an intuitive application designed to backup your important files and folders as well as perform synchronization between different devices. With its enhanced speed, real-time sync capabilities and scheduling tools, it can ensure that your data is safe at any time.
Syncovery Portable is a powerful and efficient backup and synchronization software designed to help users protect their important data. With its advanced features and intuitive user interface, Syncovery makes it easy for users to create backups, sync files between multiple devices, and ensure their data is always safe and secure.
Syncovery Portable offers a variety of backup options, including full, incremental, and differential backups, allowing users to choose the backup strategy that best meets their needs.
One of the standout features of Syncovery is its ability to synchronize files between multiple devices. The software supports a wide range of synchronization options, including FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, and cloud services such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and Amazon S3. This makes it easy for users to keep their files up-to-date across all their devices, no matter where they are.
Syncovery also includes a variety of advanced features, such as file compression, encryption, and versioning. The software allows users to compress their files to save space, encrypt their data to ensure it remains secure, and keep multiple versions of their backups to ensure they can always recover the data they need.
Another notable feature of Syncovery is its scheduling options. The software allows users to schedule backups and synchronization tasks to run automatically at set intervals, ensuring their data is always backed up and up-to-date. Users can also set up email notifications to receive alerts when backups or syncs are complete or when errors occur.
Syncovery also offers a variety of customization options, allowing users to tailor the software to their specific needs. The software includes a wide range of filters and exclusion options, allowing users to exclude certain files or folders from their backups or syncs. Users can also choose the specific files and folders they want to backup or sync, giving them complete control over their data.
In addition to its advanced features, Syncovery also offers a user-friendly interface that is easy to navigate and use. The software includes a variety of wizards and tutorials to help users get started, as well as detailed documentation for more advanced users. The software also includes a variety of visual aids, such as progress bars and file previews, to make it easy for users to monitor their backups and syncs.
Overall, Syncovery Portable is an excellent choice for users looking for a powerful and efficient backup and synchronization software. With its advanced features, customizable options, and user-friendly interface, Syncovery makes it easy for users to protect their data and ensure it is always up-to-date and secure. Whether you’re a home user looking to backup your personal files or a business looking to protect your critical data, Syncovery is the ideal solution for all your backup and synchronization needs.
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You can set up as many different jobs as you need and run them manually or using the scheduler. Syncovery works with local hard drives, network drives and any other mounted volumes. In addition, it comes with support for FTP, SSH, HTTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, and Google Docs. You can use ZIP compression and data encryption. On Windows, the scheduler can run as a service – without users having to log on. There are powerful synchronization modes, including Standard Copying, Exact Mirror, and SmartTracking.
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Block Level Copying
Save bandwidth and disk space by copying only the changed blocks of large files.
Real-time sync can be a fantastic speed up for your replication or backup.
As a generic synchronizer, you can set up our software to fulfill all kinds of tasks, including one-way and two-way syncs, backup, replication, updating or downloading web sites and more.
You can organize your profiles in groups. Find out how easy this is and how you will benefit from it.
Keep Everything Under Control
Advanced Mode allows you to unleash Syncovery’s full potential. The Profile Overview shows your jobs (or profiles), their last and next run times, and the last result or current progress. You can easily create, edit, and run profiles. Syncovery offers various ways to start profiles. These are available when right-clicking a profile:
This mode has detailed progress dialogs, and shows the Sync Preview for you to confirm before proceding to the copying phase. It may also show additional confirmation dialogs according to your settings.
Unattended Mode also shows detailed progress dialogs, but does not show a Sync Preview and won’t ask any further questions. Some confirmations must be given beforehand, in the profile settings (for example, to delete files).
Run in Background
Running a job in the background is the most unobtrusive way to run a profile. You will see basic progress information in the Profile Overview, but no extra dialogs. This is how the scheduler runs profiles. You can still see detailed progress info by right-clicking the job that’s already running and choosing “Show Detailed Progress”.
Background With Preview
This new feature in Syncovery Portable has proven to be extremely useful. You won’t see detailed progress dialog, and the job doesn’t block the Syncovery GUI. You can run multiple jobs simultaneously, and check the Sync Preview for each profile when it’s ready. After confirming the preview dialog, the job goes into the background again.
Specifying Additional Destinations
Syncovery 10 allows specifying additional destinations on the right-hand side. A separate dialog will pop up with a table where you can add one row for each additional destination. Destinations can be different kinds, such as local paths, network paths, or Internet protocols. Each additional destination has its own world icon where you can specify connection details for Internet protocols and cloud storages. There are various modes for additional destinations, such as normal sync with each destination, simultaneous execution, or failover.
Free Grouping of Profiles
Traditionally, Syncovery groups profiles by the first word in the profile name. While this automatic grouping is still available, you can freely create and organize groups on multiple levels, and assign profiles independent from the profile names. You can choose a group when creating or editing a profile in Advanced Mode, and you can create groups and assgn profiles via drag and drop, using the new Profile Group Editor dialog window.
Support for the 7-Zip format (Windows only)
In addition to the standard Zip format, and our own proprietary Sz format, Syncovery now supports the 7-Zip format as a container for compression and encryption. The complete feature set is supported, including compressing each file individually, zip packages, and Synthetic Backup. The 7-zip format does require the creation of local temporary files before uploading to cloud storage or via Internet Protocol. So far, only the Sz format can be used to avoid temporary files, because it supports compression and streaming on the fly, directly from the original source files to any type of destination. 7-Zip and Zip can only compress directly to the destination if the destination is a standard file system path, such as a local path or a network path.
Updated SecureBlackBox Library
The updated SecureBlackBox library is now compatible with all current SSH/SFTP servers, so that it can be used as an alternative to TGPuttyLib. It may not be able to achieve the same transfer rates, but the updated version is good to have as an option. It is also the only library that currently supports issuing SSH shell commands, including the recursive listing option. Syncovery now also support using an SSH shell command to make a local copy of a destination file, when combining Versioning and Block Level Copying. For cases where the SSH shell path differs from the SFTP path, Syncovery now allows to specify a “Path Prefix for Shell Commands” on the second tab sheet of the Internet Protocol Settings dialog.
Support for empty folders via S3 and Azure BLOB Storage protocols
Syncovery 10 finally supports empty folders on S3 compatible clouds as well as Azure BLOB Storage. Traditionally, these were unsupported because these storages don’t really have folders. Instead, each item on these storages can have a very long name that includes the full path with slashes. Folders don’t natively exist on these storages, but they are emulated by uploading an empty item with the folder name and a trailing slash. That way, even an empty folder can exist on these storages. Syncovery now supports these emulated folders. A new checkmark “Support Empty Folders” has been added to the second tab sheet of the Internet Protocol Settings dialog. It is checked by default for new profiles, but existing jobs from previous Syncovery versions will have it disabled unless you edit the job and place the checkmark.
Combining Versioning and Block Level Copying
In previous Syncovery versions, combining Versioning and Block Level Copying meant having to use Synthetic Backup, where the changed blocks were uploaded or saved in separate Zip or Sz files every time the backup job ran. Syncovery 10 adds the ability to “Keep older versions” and use “Block Level Copying” even if you don’t want to use compression or encryption (i.e. Synthetic Backup). What this means is that a copy of a modified file has to be made on the destination machine, so that the copy can be kept as an older version, and the latest version can be updated with only the changed blocks being copied. This copy can be made by using the new Syncovery Remote Service v10, or by using an SSH shell command. A new checkmark on the Special tab sheet in the profile is available if you want to use the Remote Service to make the versioned copy. If this checkmark is not chosen, and you are using the SSH/SFTP protocol, then Syncovery will try to make an SSH shell connection and issue a local copy command on the server.
Spawning Separate Sub-Jobs for Each Subfolder
This new but rarely used feature will make Syncovery treat subfolders as separate jobs, by simultaneously spawning separate sub-jobs that handle each subtree. You can specify the subfolder level on which the separation into sub-jobs should take place. This feature may help speeding up the synchronization of large folder hierarchies with many folders and files. The new checkmark “Spawn Separate Sub-Jobs” has been added to the tab sheet Special->More in the profile.
Miscellaneous Smaller Feature Additions
A few smaller features have been added, some of which are very special and rarely used.
The option “Flat Right Side (no folders)” on the “Folders” tab sheet in each profile has been enhanced to be able to add timestamps to filenames if there is a conflict, i.e. the same filename occurs in several subfolders on the left-hand side, but no subfolder struture should be used on the flat right side. A new checkmark has been added for this feature on the “Folders” tab sheet in the profiles.
Another new checkmark on the “Folders” tab sheet is called “Create Folder Symlinks from Destination to Source – Don’t Copy Any Files”. In this very special mode, Syncovery won’t copy any files and won’t create any folders. Instead, it will scan only the topmost level (the profile’s base folders) and will create symbolic links on the destination side for any subfolders, and each symbolic link will point to a subfolder on the source side.
A similar rarely used checkmark has been added to the tab sheet “Files”->”More” in the profiles: “Create Links to Source Files Instead of Copying Files”. This interesting feature will cause Syncovery to generate Windows links (lnk files) on the destination side, which point to the source file on the other side. No files are copied.