If you are looking for SyncBackSE, you have come to the right place. We explain what SyncBackSE is and point you to the official download.
What is SyncBackSE?
The SyncBackSE is a software which provides back up and synchronization. This software ensures that the user’s data are well protected. The SyncBackSE boasts over 100 features that the user can choose rom. This software also detects changes in folder names automatically and lets the user optionally change them it also has the SmartSync option which allows the user to skip and ignore changes.
This software also allows the user to restore missing files easily using a single button. Using this software, the user can already back up files such as Word, Excel and Outlook without the need to close them first. The SyncBackSE software also allows for the compression of the backup files using the popular compression technologies. Files may be backed up in an unlimited number of files and sizes.
This software has tested well with operating systems such as Windows 7 and Windows Vista which supports locking the backed up file. The SyncBackSE software has been won a number of awards in more than thirty top magazines and websites around the globe, some of these are from the PC World Magazine and the TuCows’ Editor’s Choice Award.
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File types supported by SyncBackSE
Our users primarily use SyncBackSE to open these file types:
About file types supported by SyncBackSE
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Last updated: : October 18, 2013