GoodSync for Windows is an easy, secure, and reliable way to automatically synchronize and back up your photos, MP3s, and important files. Backing-up and/or synchronizing your critical documents is an easy affair, with tasks that can be scheduled using a variety of Google Drive, Amazon S3, and SkyDrive supportautomatic options.
GoodSync for Windows offers true bi-directional file synchronization that prevents any data loss. The app can be used to synchronize data between your desktop PC and laptop, home and office computers, computer and removable devices (USB Key, Flash Drive, CDRW disc). This can be done over a local network or via the Internet.
Key Features include:
Powerful syncing capabilities.
Compare and analyze changes to files.
Can backup multiple versions of files.
Google Drive, Amazon S3, and SkyDrive support.
Overall, GoodSync for Windows is a powerful file synchronization app. It offers cross platform availability and currently available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The app lets you backup and sync files to any number of locations, including online storage, other computers, and even mobile devices. The only downside we can see, is that it has no compression or encryption options.
Title: GoodSync for Windows 10.6.0
File size: 26.68MB (27,974,720 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Commercial Trial
Date added: September 20, 2017
Author: Siber Systems Inc
MD5 Checksum: 31EF561CF0598E0A83D0F3630F4CBDEF
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GSTP: Implemented One Time Passwords (OTP) and Client DeviceId.
GSTP: You can turn on OTP in https://www.goodsync.com/gs-connect/user-account
GSTP: Prefer Emails as UserIds, they are also used in One Time Password auth.
When OTP is On, you will receive Email with OTP every time you use a new Device. GoodSync client will request One Time Password sent in Email.
GSTP: OTP is requested when doing GoodSync Connect Setup and Browse dialog.
GSTP: Each client/server now sends DeviceId, ComputerId, and Device Description.
GSTP: Both email and old-style GS Connect UserId may be used to authenticate.
GSTP: New Account Form: Add ReCaptcha to filter out robots.
Official Forwarders: use Forwarder IP name, not IP address, to please security.
Official Forwarders: use port 443, not 80 for SSL comms, to please security.
Receiver: Fix incorrect reporting of connections to Official forwarders.
OTP + gs-server: allow OTP in /set-admin=user_id:password[/otp-value]:sys_user:[sys_pass]
OTP + gsync: allow OTP in new command line options /can-otpN=yes, /otpN=string.
Cleanup Logs: Avoid recursive cycling via symlinks, by limiting number of folder levels to 50.
GSTP progress: show progress when is being added to at the tail.
Enterprise Policies: fix non-enforcement of NoAutoUpdate policy.
Runner Setup: If Runner Service user and this Windows user differ, issue warning.
Runner: Change gs-server settings on a cue from CC only if Runner is elevated.
Azure: fix space and # encoding issues that could cause Not Found for files and folders.
Google Drive: Fix Not Found error, that usually occurs on lock.gsl.