Using a portable hard drive, USB stick or even your iPod in ‘disk mode’ is a convenient way of working between different computers. They enable you to take your apps, files and work documents with you, whether working from home or on the move; you can take virtually all you need on a single memory stick and leave your laptop in the office. Things become a little bit more confusing if you’re working on a document, and you save it over the previous one, or perhaps give the new document a similar filename. How do you keep track of your most recent work?
Allway Sync 7.1.2 enables you to synchronise files between computers by checking the dates and times of a saved document, this makes sure that the information on you portable USB device, remains up-to-date when transferred.
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