If you own more than one computer, getting files from one machine to the other isn't always easy. How do you tell which files have been updated on the remote system, since you last copies across your work? If someone else is working on this machine, it makes it even more complicated. Ideally you need a file manager that will synchronise files across various computers. Windows doesn't do this, but Directory Opus 9 and xplorer both support this feature.
Synchredible Standard 2.1 is an alternative. This is a tool designed simply to synchronise your work and files between computers, across your network. It works both ways, so if you have multiple people working on same files, Synchredible will synchronise the updated files back across to the local or remote destination.
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