This tool allows you to perform comparisons between directories, and reports
new, updated, renamed, moved and deleted files.
It can also generate synchronization commands (one-way only: right to left)
It can be useful for incremental or full backups.
Source path. This path is considered to hold your original files, and never gets updated by the "synchronization" function.
Destination path (backup path). This path is considered by the program to hold copies of your files.
New files or files that have been updated are copied in this path.
The following color indications are used by the program to mark differences:
Green: Updated file. File on the left side was updated. Column age difference shows the difference in the most suitable friendly format.
Blue: New file. The file does not exist in the destination path.
Red: Deleted file.
White: Identical file. File has not been updated.
The program supports these filters:
a) show identical files
b) show new files
c) show deleted files
d) show updated files
e) show renames/moved files
f) It also supports filtering by keyword. To filter by keyword, simply type your keyword in the filter box at the top of the screen.
All these filters can be applied simultaneously.
For example you can to filter only "new files" that contain the keyword "mp3"
a) type mp3 in the filter box
b) check the "show new files" checkbox
c) unckeck all other checkboxes
By pressing the "Generate synchronization script", a script that could perform all listed changes into the destination path, is generated.
If you have a filter applied, the script will only include the filtered files.
So regardless of the total changes between the right and left paths, only visible files will be included in the script.
The generated script for the example shown above is shown below.
Sample synchronization script
This function allows you to store sets of directories so that you can review differences by simply selecting an entry from these tasks.
To view the tasks, press "manage tasks".
To add a new task:
a) press "Add task"
b) enter the Source and Destination paths
Adding a synchronization task
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