DSynchronize v2.40.53 Updated

billon on 20 Oct 2018
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  • Released on 20 Oct 2018
  • Suggested by milentechie

DSynchronize lets you copy, move, or synchronize folders on your computer or over a network. The program can sync in both directions, making both folders up-to-date with the latest data, do realtime sync where any changes copied to destination and even verify it's transfers. The program can schedule operations, add timestamps to the destination folder and keep multiple backups (iterations).

If in use, the program can even eject a USB device when an operation is complete.

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System Requirements: WinNT / Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Dependencies: MSVBVM60.DLL
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch DSynchronize.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: FolderSync, Zback
What's new? See:
https://www.softpedia.com/progChangelog/DSynchronize-Changelog-34408.html

32 comments on DSynchronize  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Hugh0202 2018-05-02 14:37

Maybe I misunderstood "synchronize"? If I have a and a , I want the destination folder/tree to mirror the source. This doesn't do that.
I thought I'd use this to maintain a second copy of my digital music collection, but when I did a bunch of tagging and renaming, and use this, the destination files were not renamed. I don't expect a utility to detect if the content has changed -- I just wanted (and want going forward) my "backup" to be exactly like the original -- with extra files and folders gone, and new ones copied. This requires a "utility" because much of the change to the source involves cleaning up filenames, so drag-n-drop produces two (or more) "copies" of the same songs in the backup.

v2.36.15

webfork 2015-05-23 01:58

Thanks for trying. Dsyncronize has been a reliable program and the developer has been fairly active over the years. I hope he gets back to you.

v2.30.9

smaragdus 2015-05-21 02:18

Latest version of DSynchronize (2.30.9) fails to run on my system (Windows 8.1 x64)- it opens and exits almost immediately. This never happened with any version prior to 2.30.9. I contacted the developer but haven't got any response so far. If he had responded I would have provided him with the dump files.

v2.30.9

Midas 2015-03-30 10:21

@ahmedemad: you might try Recuva, for example (http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=1139)...

v2.30.7

ahmedemad 2015-03-28 13:42

I used Dsynchroinze and It was great and all... but I had to sync a drive but it deleted everything in the desination.. does anyone happen to know any way to recover the deleted files?
Thanks

v2.30.7

lwc 2013-05-24 20:39

Correction, it only happens when I run it under Sandboxie.

v2.30.2

lwc 2013-05-22 12:28

It doesn't save settings for me. Thus I can't use multiple profiles.

v2.30.2

TP109 2012-10-26 12:02

Extremely fast synchronization. Because of this, you need to be careful with this one. Preview should always be checked and the results reviewed before a real run to make sure it behaves as intended. Not using preview may mean lost data in nearly the blink-of-an-eye. Otherwise, this is a great utility, especially useful for synching non-critical data.

v2.30.2

Victor 2011-04-08 02:47

@Wazza: Ok... I see, you check, and see the changes, then uncheck to run the actual sync, and then, you really have to check again to be saved before exit, it is case by case...

V2.30.1

Wazza 2011-04-07 01:20

Unfortunately "save on exit" only helps if you remember to check "Preview mode" before you exit. I want to ensure I always Preview and look over proposed changes.
(As I understand it, preview makes no changes.)

Then I uncheck Preview and do the actual sync . and give or deny permissions as it progresses.
If you exit then, and forget to check Preview it will not be selected next time.

V2.30.1

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