GoodSync

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GoodSync
GoodSyncScreenshot.png
Developer(s)Siber Systems Inc.
Stable release9.3.4.4(Windows)
3.1.5(Mac OS X) [1] / October 5, 2012; 9 months ago (2012-10-05)
July 6, 2012; 12 months ago (2012-07-06)(mac)
Development statusActive
Operating system

x86: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista
x64: Windows XP, Windows Vista,
Enterprise edition supports Windows Server 2000/2003/2008, [2]

Mac OS X
Size6.41 MB (Windows)
9.61 MB (Mac OS X)
Available inEnglish, Spanish, French, German, Russian and other (29 total) [3]
TypeBackup software
LicenseShareware with a 30-day full features trial Commercial proprietary
WebsiteGoodSync
 
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GoodSync
GoodSyncScreenshot.png
Developer(s)Siber Systems Inc.
Stable release9.3.4.4(Windows)
3.1.5(Mac OS X) [1] / October 5, 2012; 9 months ago (2012-10-05)
July 6, 2012; 12 months ago (2012-07-06)(mac)
Development statusActive
Operating system

x86: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista
x64: Windows XP, Windows Vista,
Enterprise edition supports Windows Server 2000/2003/2008, [2]

Mac OS X
Size6.41 MB (Windows)
9.61 MB (Mac OS X)
Available inEnglish, Spanish, French, German, Russian and other (29 total) [3]
TypeBackup software
LicenseShareware with a 30-day full features trial Commercial proprietary
WebsiteGoodSync

GoodSync is a backup and file synchronization program. It is used for synchronizing files between two directories, either on one computer, or between a computer and another storage device (e.g. another computer, a removable disc, a flash drive or a smartphone) or between a computer and a remote computer or server.[4]

Features[edit source | edit]

Goodsync allows the same version of files to be maintained on multiple computing devices. In other words, when two devices are synchronized, the user can be sure that the most current version of a file is available on both devices, regardless of where it was last modified.

Versions[edit source | edit]

There are several versions

See also[edit source | edit]

References[edit source | edit]

  1. ^ "GoodSync news page". 
  2. ^ "GoodSync download page". 
  3. ^ "GoodSync Languages". 
  4. ^ Kerner, Sean (2008-02-13). "Get In Sync with File Syncing Software". Tom's Guide. Retrieved 2009-07-01. 

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