GoodSync Software Review

PROS: GoodSync is very easy to use and install. CONS: The mobile device list for GoodSync has been found as lacking, as many phones do not use the Windows Mobile operating system. OVERVIEW: GoodSync’s varied options give the purchaser many ways to perform data transfer and synchronization and backup. Menus are easy to comprehend, intuitive, and are presented in a straight forward fashion. The software’s sync process is quite quick. Business users will find the software very suitable for networked devices, providing the transfer of ACLS, SFTP and WebDav support. GoodSync Review Company: GoodSync Version: 8.5.8.8 Operating Network, etc.. Windows XP, Vista, Systems: Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit), Microsoft Server 2000, 2003, 2008, Macintosh Price: $29.95 What It Does It synchronizes all data files, folders, contacts, photos, audio, video, email, and web page favorites from: –PC to PC -PC to Mac – Mac to PC – PC to Network –PC to FTP/SFTP -PC to Palm/Treo/Mobile PC Product Details GoodSync is a very thorough products for synchronization. After the installation, a wizard immediately begins to walk the user through creating the first synchronized job. The user interface presented is very easy to understand. This job can either be a back up or a sync job. Synchronization between two computers that are in different locations (work versus home) is done by means of a USB drive. GoodSync will recognize the USB and move the requested files into this location. The user would next insert the USB into the receiving computer where GoodSync is installed and it will update the files and folders on the target PC using what was updated...

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