|Created on||2017-08-01 09:26:13|
|Files||SyncoveryMac_7.86C_[sn].dmg (33.24 MB)|
Name: Syncovery for Mac
Release Date: July 10th, 2017
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version:OS X 10.4 or later
Web Site: https://www.syncovery.com/
Syncovery is used to back-up your data and synchronize Macs, servers, notebooks, and online storage space.
You can set up as many different jobs as you need and run them manually or using the scheduler. The software comes with support for FTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, and AES file encryption, as well as SSH and ZIP compression. There are powerful synchronization modes, including Standard Copying, Exact Mirror, and SmartTracking.
Numerous improvements to make an extremely versatile synchronizing and back-up tool. The wealth of features fulfills all requirements that users typically have, while still being easy to use.
What's New in Version 7.86c:
• fixes a Unicode related bug that could surface with cloud storage
• changes the default FTP library to #3
• fixes a rare acess violation error with cloud storage
• Adds a radio button “Filter By Last Access” on the File Age and Size tab sheet.
• Fixes a bug where Encryption passwords might be reset to empty under some circumstances, if the profile had not been saved or run with v7.85c or later. The new version also refuses to run jobs that are supposed to use encryption, but do not have a password.
• Can upload files over 195 GB to Microsoft Azure.
• Additional backwards compatibility fixes concerning Unicode strings in Program Settings and profiles. The format had changed in 7.85 and there were issues with backwards compatibility.
• allows up to 8 files being copied in parallel to or from Google Drive
• fixes the Creation time stamp not being retained when the Windows API Copying Function is used
• fixes pre-7.85 profiles with special non-English characters in profile paths not being recognized
• handles temporary duplicate folders in Google Drive better
• uses the new Google Drive API V3 with support for Team Drives
• uses much less memory when processing cloud folder listings (such as Google Drive, Amazon drive, DropBox and Box)
• produces much smaller databases (factor 4-10 reduction)
• in many cases, existing databases can be deleted in order to get the new smaller databases. Except if you depend on Synthetic Backup / Block Level Copying or Cache Destination File List.