SysSync is designed to synchronise files between two locations working in either direction. These two locations may be on separate computers on a network, such as a main system and a laptop, or they may be two different partitions or folders on the same system. Either way it attempts to make the contents of these two locations identical. To do this SysSync compares the file time stamp to determine if the source is more recent than the target.
SysSync can be used to:
Currently SysSync cannot synchronise bi-directionally; if files have been modified on each location it must be run twice. Once in each direction and there is then the risk of overwriting some changes if one file has been modified on both systems.
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