Nov 02.2020Version: 11.3
With fast operation and easy setup, FreeFileSync for Linux lets you sync files seamlessly.
FreeFileSync for Linux was reviewed by Razvan Iancu
Use FreeFileSync for Linux to sync content between different folders or drives and more, you'll be able to manage three different sync modes available.
Attention, however, it is important to make and backup all the important files that we use daily in the workplace and it is very important that the old files be replaced by the new ones, but in such a way that we can maintain a consistent folder structure, with the goal of avoiding creating a whole new backup every day.
FreeFileSync for Linux will allow you to choose which files to sync, how to make a custom filter, and two-way sync to copy or update new files and in addition, it can handle deleting files, sending them directly to the trash or folder specific.
To choose the folders or drives path - on the right side under the 'Compare' button, press browse - and for the second folder press the browse button under the 'Sync' button, moreover, the software accepts file synchronization from Google Drive or SFTP and FTP.
In conclusion, FreeFileSync for Linux is a free software that can analyze folder data, separate frequently used files and create backup copies of them. Keeping the contents of two folders in sync is to make sure that a backup of important files is available.
+ Detect moved and renamed files and folders
+ Copy locked files (Volume Shadow Copy Service)
+ Detect conflicts and propagate deletions
+ Binary comparison
+ Full support for Symbolic Links
+ Automate sync as a batch job
+ Multiple folder pairs
+ Copy NTFS extended attributes (compressed, encrypted, sparse)
+ Copy NTFS security permissions
+ Support long path names > 260 characters
+ Fail-safe file copy
+ Cross-platform: Windows/Linux
+ Expand environment variables like %USERPROFILE%
+ Access variable drive letters by volume name (USB sticks)
+ Native 32 and 64-bit builds
+ Keep versions of deleted/updated files
+ Optimal sync sequence prevents disc space bottlenecks
+ Full unicode support
+ Highly optimized performance
+ Include/exclude files via filter
+ Local and portable installation
+ Handle daylight saving time changes on FAT/FAT32
+ Use macros %time%, %date%, et al. for recurring backups
+ Case sensitive synchronization
+ Built-in locking serializes multiple jobs running against the same network share
+ FreeFileSync for Linux has been in our software catalog since Dec 03.2019.
+ The current version is 11.3 updated to Nov 02.2020.
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