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Quick Sync Files and Folders

QuickSync is a very intuitive and portable application, which allows you to synchronize files or folders locally. This application is handy, for example, if you want to keep a backup of your important files regularly from C drive to a removable disk.

It is very easy to use and offers sync options such as Interval Sync and Date Sync that you can set manually. QuickSync also uses smart name detection when source/destination files are missing.

Using this tool is quite simple. Just drag and drop a source file/folder into the program window and then drag and drop destination file/ folder in the program.

Then, select your sync options; Interval Sync, Date Sync, etc and save the settings. QuickSync can be downloaded (258Kb) free at source here


  1. Where the heck is the download file link??????

  2. Just follow links try to download and let me know where it is ... seriously.


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