SoftoBe has updated their file backup and maintenance utility, Folders Synchronizer, to version 1.9.2. The utility allows for users to choose two folders or disks and create duplicates, allowing for easy backup and protection of important data. According to SoftoBe:
Itis a nifty utility for Macintosh which synchronizes and backups folders and disks. The user can choose two or more folders/disks and then they will be synchronized/backed-up exactly. The old files will be replaced with the newest files in both directions. The new files (new entries) will be copied in both directions, as well as new Folders. The old Folders will not replaced entirely by the newer ones, as the Finder used to do, but their content will be updated with the newest files, the new files (new entries) and new Folders (new entries). So it is faster.
Whatis new in the 1.9.5:
As introduced by the last "Exclude Folders" feature, now, at startup, the Multiple List check is skipped too. Therefore, even if the defined folders/disks in the multiple list were not available when FS starts, the "Multiple on" check-box will remain still "On". FS will execute the check on the folders/disks during each sync/backup. If the check-box "If an error occurred" is "Skip", FS will skip the task in case of error, and will notify this on the Short Log and/or on the Log File.
Folders Synchronizer is available for US$20. You can find more information at the SoftoBe web site.