As computers are updated infrequently, and the cost of purchasing a new machine is reduced, it’s more than likely that you’ll either own more than one home computer or, perhaps, a separate laptop, where you want your files and work data to be synchronised between the machines. If you work between two or more computers, a PC synchronising application would be a useful tool that would automatically save any newly changed or edited documents, keeping your work up-to-date.
PCsync is a handy synchronisation tool that provides a number of useful features such as, automatic, scheduled and even unattended synchronisation. You can use it to sync files wirelessly; it even knows when files have been deleted, renamed or replaced with a newer or older version.
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