Giveaway of the Day - @Max SyncUp 2.9

August 8, 2012
This giveaway is not available any more.

@Max SyncUp is a feature-rich utility for backing up and synchronizing your files whether locally or online. It is the easiest way to back up and restore important files or keep your documents up to date on your desktop and laptop computers.

With @Max SyncUp you can:

  • back up and synchronize your files to a local folder, removable USB drive, networked computer or NAS, FTP or SFTP server or Google Drive cloud storage – all completely automatically;
  • create full or incremental backups with compression and data encryption;
  • perform bi-directional synchronization with the proper processing of any changes and deletion obsolete files;
  • preview files to be processed and change automatically designated actions;
  • easily browse the contents of the archives, search and select files and restore them individually in any place;
  • keep multiple versions of the same file and restore it for a specified date;
  • quickly compare and synchronize two folders in a few clicks right from Windows Explorer.

@Max SyncUp runs as a Windows service, can copy open and locked files, correctly handles ACL and more. It has a modern intuitive interface, low system requirements and a small sized distribution package.

Special offer from @MAX Software for GOTD users: order support and lifetime updates for MAX SyncUp at 50% discount!

Note that best improvement idea will be rewarded with tech support and lifetime license for @Max SyncUp. Use Idea Informer widget to submit your feedback and do not forget to fill in your name and e-mail – otherwise the Developer will not be able to contact you in case you are the one to win!

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System Requirements: Windows XP/ Server 2003/ Vista / Server 2008/ Small Business Server/ 7/ Server 2008 R2/ Home Server 2011 (x32/x64)
Publisher: @MAX software
Homepage: http://www.atmaxsoft.com/syncu...
File Size: 8.02 MB
Price: $45

This software was available as a giveaway on August 8, 2012, this giveaway is not available any more.

You can download the trial version of this software at http://www.atmaxsoft.com/syncu....

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Please note that the software you download and install during the Giveaway period comes with the following important limitations: 1) No free technical support; 2) No free upgrades to future versions; 3) Strictly personal usage.

THIS SOFTWARE PRODUCT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. WITHOUT LIMITATION, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY LAW, END USER ASSUMES THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE DOWNLOADED SOFTWARE PRODUCT.

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  1. It looks like a very powerful and easy to use program. It’s appearance is much better than FreeFileSync’s.

    Comment by Nevzat — August 8th, 2012 at 3:15 am
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  2. Although not as pretty, Microsoft do ‘Robocopy’ which comes with Vista and 7 (but can also be run on XP by just copying the .exe)
    Its a command-line program, but works very well and has about a billion options, allowing you to configure just about everything.
    With it being a command-line program allows it to be scripted easily, and set up in the ‘scheduled tasks’ with just a few clicks.
    If you’ve an additional drive, it allows your documents to be backed up elsewhere, and if run each day, only the files that have changed will be copied.
    There is also a program called ‘Hobocopy’ which does exactly the same thing, but backs up open files – very useful if you use Outlook for example, which locks open its .PST data files.

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  3. Ran a test..
    created two folders… X1 and X2…
    placed same 200 pics in each….
    removed first ten from X1
    removed last ten from X2
    ran the sync on these two folders…
    expected program to sync… that is … make both folders the same…
    instead….it attached a sub folder named X1 to the X2 folder….
    the X1 sub it made….did not contain the first ten deleted from original X1… which X2 still contained
    but they did place the last ten deleted from X2 into their X1 sub folder…
    I’m just flabbergasted ….
    maybe I missed something here …..
    anybody have a clue ??

    x2

    Comment by Jeramy — August 8th, 2012 at 4:24 am
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