This is the best file synchronization program that I’ve found. It is fast, stable, and has the right features without being bloated. It is very easy and works over network, local drives and external ones. A must-have if you use more than a computer and huge files make cloud drives an unfeasible option. I have been using it between 2 computers for 3 weeks and no issues.
Excluding certain files or folders from synchronizing is quick and painless. It is the ideal application to synchronize my files between two computers and one file server. I was testing before a few other solutions, but FreeFileSync is the best of the best!! Easy to use, transparent, and does a great job syncing files. Particularly the versioning feature, which allows me to perform my backups with file history in a more useful manner than general backup software.
- The Fontographer manual certainly does not lead by example, and has some of the worst type illustrations I have seen for its dividers.
- Editing of outlines and kerning are far from easy, and there is no facility for editing bitmaps.
- But though it covers most things adequately, it is less accessible.
- The Fontstudio manual is clean and concise and avoids the “In just ten minutes …” ring.
- So if you want to do other things with your fonts – at either a reasonably simple or advanced level – you will be better off with Fontstudio or Fontographer.
- Fontographer has good introductions to particular aspects of the program, written by users who put functions such as kerning into context and explain their importance in clear terms.
I was using SyncToy for a few years with few problems, but recently SyncToy began to delete the newer files, some of which I spent hours writing. Thankfully download it I found FreeFileSync and it is working perfectly.
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Has all the file synchronization features I need and then some. Have used it for moving files server to server, backing up my documents, and even keeping my ISO directory in multiple places.
The UI is adequate, with some very minor shortcomings, like not being able to reorder the list of directories being synchronized. Overall it’s pretty easy to use, though I think filters and the two settings dialogs could be merged into a single concept / dialog. The ability to hook in an external compare tool is excellent, and it works very well with WinMerge to check exactly what is different between particular files.
Another of these services is the option to mount SMB or ‘samba’ shares, which are mainly Windows-based. If your main use for the server will be on the same local network only, I’d recommend this. Just make sure the Windows PC hosting the shares uses a login password, otherwise anyone on the network can access them.