SyncManager 2024

All your data where you need it

Abelssoft's SyncManager automatically keeps files, documents and folders synchronized. Thus, you can have the same data on several hard drives, multiple computers and across the network.

  • Synchronizes data to any location.
  • Keeps folders synchronized on multiple computers.
  • Synchronizes changes to files to an external backup hard drive.
  • Automatically synchronizes files between your PC and a media server or NAS.
  • Works autonomously in the background.
  • Automatic or manual synchronization of data

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Functions at a glance

Keep your data synchronized

Simply select the files to be backed up, and choose a title for the backup. The most common file types are available for preselection.

Set up once

Every time a known device is plugged into the PC, SyncManager processes the synchronization job in the background.

Do you want more?

Choose permanent synchronization so that SyncManager starts immediately when changes are made, or start the defined jobs manually.

All data where you need it

SyncManager can be used on all Windows computers. As a "data butler", it ensures that all files are always in the right place.

The program waits in the background for certain events to occur (such as the connection of a device) and then takes care of completing previously defined tasks – fully automatically!

Versatile in terms of use

Important files that were edited during the day can be copied to a connected external hard drive in one go in the evening. This ensures that you always have an up-to-date backup copy available.

Recently downloaded music from the internet is automatically transferred to your media server as soon as it is found in the network. The music is then available throughout your house.

If a digital camera is connected to the computer, the image files can be automatically copied to a previously created image archive. SyncManager thus saves you the trouble of having to copy files manually.

Manual or automatic

SyncManager synchronizes files in the background between folders, hard drives and other devices that can be connected to your computer.

You can choose whether your synchronization job should be completed automatically as soon as the SyncManager notices a device being attached, or whether you want to start the synchronization manually.