• Last update: 8 Oct 2019
  • License: Freeware
  • Size: 28.7MB
  • Downloads: 1919

SyncBack Free is a backup and restore software from 2BrightSparks. It offers two operating mode: easy and expert and according to your level of experience you may choose one of these.

The program requires a profile configuration once you start it for the first time. You can backup and restore files from your computer or removable drives to the same destinations or even to a FTP server.

You can customize many aspects of the backup process as what to do when the file already exists in destination folder or which file should be overwritten with size criteria in mind.

You can compress files and encrypt them as your privacy may be kept. You can check to verify if files have been successfully copied and you may receive the operations logs via email.

SyncBack offers a simulator to test file copying and different operations, generating a log for you at the end, but nothing really changes during this test.

The program is highly customizable and uses very few system resources.

What's New in SyncBack 9.1 :

- New (Pro): Google Photos (BETA)
- New (Pro): Can now choose Dropbox Teams root folder instead of users home folder (Dropbox Business)
- Updated: Files with temporary attribute are no longer ignored by default
- Updated: When searching for files, or getting a list of files, on a drive or network share, it will retry when it can
- Updated (Pro): SHA-256 used for File Integrity with FTP servers that support it and if FTP engine supports it
- Updated (Pro): Can select and upload multiple profiles to SBMS service
- Updated (Pro): Changes in S3 for better V4 signing support in Wasabi, plus support for Wasabi regions
- Fixed (SE/Pro): Could not change number of threads to use for multi-threaded copy
- Fixed (SE/Pro): Getting hash values of files on some non-standard FTP servers when using wodFTP FTP engine
- Fixed: When uploading a file to FTP, and safe copy is used, the existing file permissions are retained (if the FTP server supports CHMOD extension)
- Fixed: The wodFTP FTP engine did not get file permissions on UNIX systems
- Fixed: Can now unlink GMail OAUTH if it was being used in a profile
- Fixed (Pro): Was setting meta-data on folders to indicate they were files
- Fixed (Pro): When using worker threads then may have failed to delete old Backblaze B2 file versions
- Fixed (Pro): May ignore failures getting metadata from S3 and compatible services
- Fixed (Pro): Unhandled exception when choosing WebDAV folder and connection details were invalid

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