Directory Synchronize 1.0 Final

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What's new in Directory Synchronize 1.0 Final:

  • Changed: The default Java copy mode is now NIO. The old fashioned Java copy mode can now be forced through options dialog.
  • Added: Forced-deleting excluded feature is added. You can now force deleting the excluded files/directories from the destination folder (Thanks to Thomas Brixel for feature suggestion).
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GPL (GNU General Public License) 
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E. Gerber, F. Gerbig, and T. Groetzner
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Directory Synchronize is the small handy utility you always missed! Directory Synchronize is small, reliable, and fast. And best of all - it is Open Source; released under the GPL you are free to use and distribute it.

Directory Synchronize synchronizes the contents of one directory to another. That means you can use it to backup your data on a regular basis to another computer or another harddrive.

Or you can use Directory Synchronize to synchronize the data on your laptop with the data on your desktop.

Programmed in real platform independent Java you can use Directory Synchronize on nearly every computer platform including Windows, Linux and Macintosh.

Use the Directory Synchronize GUI for starting, pausing and stopping a synchronization.

Or use the GUI to easily create and store a configuration and use the command line to automatically start it every time you boot up your computer.

Last updated on November 5th, 2008

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