@max software

@MAX SyncUp Features

  • 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.

  • Restores files from a backup on an (S)FTP or WebDAV server or Google Drive selectively without having to download an entire archive.

  • 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.

  • Provides a tray popup window that gives you an easy way to view the status and results of synchronization, start a profile manually, and restore previously saved data by way of a click.

  • 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.

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