When I first got my flashdrive I knew I needed a program that could sync my data on my flashdrive to my school folder on my computer, without copying and pasting. So, I set out on my search on Google.
I immediately ran upon Allway Sync and fell in love. It looked very simply to use, and it was.
Allway Sync is a very easy-to-use program which allows you to sync multiple folders on as many computers as you want, for free. Yeah, free. And it doesnâ€™t have any spyware, adware, or malware.
You can also install it on a USB drive to sync with whatever computer you may go on in your day, whether itâ€™s your workstation, your cube at work, or a computer at school. This is one of the amazing features in Allway Sync.
Even if you donâ€™t have a flashdrive that needs syncing, you probably want to sync your data somewhere? Whether itâ€™s having more than one computer in your house, or at work that you use, you could find a use for it.
In Allway Sync you can sync to a Network folder, via Windows network protocol, a FTP server, a folder on OffsiteBox, WebDAV folder, or a Microsoft ActiveSync folder.
There are many programs to sync your data out there, but most of them have hard-to-use interfaces, and are just a pain.
Allway Sync’s interface is very easy to use, that’s one thing I absolutely love about it.
And if you don’t like the interface, you can change it to something that looks like a Vista/Windows 7 interface. (I don’t know why you would, the default is very nice.)