[QUOTE=DukeOfUrl;2767138]The new Service feature allows Windows syncing even when NOT logged on. This feature has been anticipated by BTSync users for years now.
Whoopst, I meant logged OFF of course (it is the very reason for a turning such a program into a service)
[QUOTE=DukeOfUrl;2767138]Don’t understand your comment. The joy of BitSync is being able to instantly share among your own devices only, without having to use a 3rd party cloud service like DropBox.
I like to carry backups of certain PC files on my smartphone, and for this Sync works sensationally well. The newest version of the software lets me edit files on my smartphone too, and though I’m not sure I want to do that, it is remarkable the number of options one has for managing files across multiple devices (and Users too, a feature I do not presently use). Downside is that it is nontrivial to set up and use; a geek program for sure.[/QUOTE]
I choose not to sync as in some cases one slip and boom, it propagates to the other devices.
Here, changed files from my devices are backed up to different folders on my RAID in time windows from 3-4:00 AM. These files are in turn backed up to a NAS at 2:00 AM the following night. This gives me 48 hours to catch a miss and rectify it if need be. all sync is done by manual up/download via my ‘no-one-else’s-drive’.