FreeFileSync - Open Source File Synchronization

Open Source File Synchronization
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Synchronize Files and Folders

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FreeFileSync is a folder comparison and synchronization software that creates and manages backup copies of all your important files. Instead of copying every file every time, FreeFileSync determines the differences between a source and a target folder and transfers only the minimum amount of data needed. FreeFileSync is Open Source software, available for Windows, Linux and macOS.

 

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FreeFileSync 9.5

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Nov 5, 2017: FreeFileSync 9.5 has been released!
 
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User Reviews

Thumbs up anonymous reviewed FreeFileSync:

This is ***THE BEST*** It managed all of my 80,000 files in 489 directories: No problem!! I have tried at least 10 different sync tools in the past 10 years. This is wonderful. It is a 'good looking' friend of rsync!

Thumbs up hawktroy reviewed FreeFileSync:

Awesome program to sync files! It has extended features and allows quite some customization. Batch mode allows custom automation from command line (without missing features), which is very helpful for me.

Thumbs up liran1 reviewed FreeFileSync:

From my experience until now, it is a great and simple backup software. Great performance, analysis, scan, progress bar and graph, great comparison, flexible so you can configure multiple folders and multiple actions. Nice UI. Does the job as it should.

Thumbs up David (UK) reviewed FreeFileSync:

One of the most useful free applications I have come across and one I use regularly. Keep up the good work. I know how much more difficult my life would be without FreeFileSync.
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