Allows you to place the archive storage on the same computer, networked computer or NAS, FTP, SFTP or WebDAV server, removable USB drive, Google Drive or Dropbox cloud storage.
Allows you to synchronize two computers directly over Internet or in a local network by using the effective RSync-like algorithm which detects and transfers only the changed parts of files.
Allows you to create hard link based backups in Apple Time Machine style that combine facilities of full backups with the effectiveness of incremental backups.
Creates backups in a @MAX SyncUp archive that can contain various combinations of full and incremental backup copies, allowing you to store multiple versions of the same file and restore files for a specified date.
Allows you to easily browse the contents of the archive, search and select files and restore them in the original location or to another place.
Performs bi-directional synchronization that processes changes correctly and deletes obsolete files. Automatic or manual resolution of conflicts is supported.
Allows the use of an archive (@MAX SyncUp or Zip archive) as one of the sides for bi-directional synchronization. This provides a safe and convenient way to synchronize two computers remotely using a USB drive with an encrypted archive as a go-between.
Allows you to preview files to be processed and change automatically designated actions.
Supports data compression using 256-bit encryption.
Supports the Volume Shadow Copy service which allows you to copy open and locked files.
Copies NT security information (ACL) for files and folders and processes reparse points correctly.
Runs as a Windows service that enables execution even when no user is logged on.
Creates an internal archive for files that are changed or deleted during the profile execution. The program also allows you to undo these changes.
Allows running a profile with the rights of a selected account, system account, or with the rights of the current interactive user.
Runs external applications before and after synchronization.
Sends e-mail notifications after synchronization.
Allows you to set filters to include (or exclude) specific file types into the synchronization process.
Copies data on schedule or only when files are changed.
Logs the results of synchronization.
Has a small sized distribution package, low system requirements, and a modern and easy-to-use interface.