Super Flexible File Synchronizer is used to back up data and to synchronize PCs, servers, and notebooks. Users can choose the user interface that suits them best: Wizard Mode or Advanced Mode. The settings are stored in multiple profiles, and the software comes with support for FTP and secure FTP servers, ZIP compression, data encryption, and a scheduler for automated backups. On Windows NT/2000/XP, or 2003 Server, the scheduler can run as a service without users having to log on. This program features the ability to freely select files and folders across the whole folder hierarchy in a tree view, and it has support for e-mail notification, profile categories, and various filters.
Reviewing 5.62 (Jan 9, 2012)
Actually in linux it is portable as a single executable is free and works beautifully. I'm still a linux noob so who knows. Fsarchiver is also recommended but that's linux only.
Reviewing 5.57a (Oct 29, 2011)
I myself have used this tool for literally years to backup to USB and to a NAS. I mirror what I backup and have vastly different schedules.
Never seen a failure.
Reviewing 5.56a (Oct 16, 2011)
I have seen it fail many times
I used to reccomend it ..... but no more
Reviewing 5.56 (Oct 10, 2011)
You give a fine tool a 1 because it is not portable and does not claim to be portable? It also does not whittle, knit, nor cook dinner. Nor does it claim to.
What it does claim to do, it does extremely well. In fact, I have found no other tool that does all that this one does.
Reviewing 5.55 (Sep 24, 2011)
This guy is writing everywhere, Program Files, Program Data, AppData..
Make it portable please, and I mean PORTABLE where it writes to no where but its dir.
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