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Whatever your backup or sync scenario, ChronoSync has got you covered!

ASSISTANTS

The ChronoSync Organizer window now offers a range of 'Setup Assistants'. These are guided steps used to setup or modify a Sync Task.

REDESIGNED SCHEDULE EDITOR

All screens and steps for Scheduling a Sync or Backup have been redesigned from the ground-up to offer easy-to-understand options and settings.

"WHEN A FILE SYSTEM CHANGE IS MADE" SCHEDULING EVENT TRIGGER

Inside the redesigned Schedule Editor, find a new 'When a File System Change is Made” Event Trigger to achieve near real-time backups of changed files. This monitors the selected file system and triggers the sync document to be run when the monitored target is modified.

VALIDATOR

Now confirm backed up files are intact by asking ChronoSync to compare the source target to the destination target without making any changes to either filesystem. Found on the Sync Document Toolbar this function compares the file or folder pair and verifies that the data and metadata match between the two targets. This includes verifying the data via bit-for-bit compare or checksum, depending upon the target connections.

PARALLEL SYNC ENGINE

ChronoSync 4.8 features a modified Synchronizer that breaks up the task of synchronization into a Scanner and Processor. As the Scanner identifies items that need synchronizing, a Processor is created for that item. The Scanner then continues scanning and stacking Processors to perform operations and copy multiple files simultaneously.

RESET SYNC HISTORY

Found on the Actions->Synchronize menu on any standard sync document, this feature allows you to optionally retain all exclusions & forced syncs when resetting the history.

AUTO THROTTLE I/O

Found on the 'ChronoSync->Preferences->General' panel, when this is turned ON, ChronoSync reduces its I/O policy so that other apps (and the OS) have higher priority for disk I/O operations. ChronoSync monitors global events and, when it detects user activity in another app, it enables throttling. After 30 seconds of no user activity, it resumes high priority I/O. This only works when ChronoSync is not the active application. When ChronoSync IS the active app, it runs with full priority.