SyncBackSE 6.1 is chock full of bug fixes
SyncBackSE is a solid, reliable backup tool that has fared well in tests and compares very well to expensive alternatives. Version 6.1 of the software has just been released, and besides the addition of a Russian translation and new email options, there are a host of updates and fixes to explore. There are very few new features in the latest release, but the ability to view FTP and email communication messages has been added.
On the problem fixes front, an issue that saw file and folder filtering check boxes unnecessary checked has been addressed. If you found that backups included unnecessary operations such as the creation and subsequent deletion of empty directories, you should find that this is no longer a problem, and when you view the application history you will now find that the list starts with the newest events rather than the oldest.
There are numerous updates featured in this particular release including a redesigned history grid and users who have configured SyncBack to start automatically with Windows will be pleased to find that they are no longer prompted for a password. If you are creating remote backups via FTP, should a 451 error be encountered, the program will try to establish contact again rather than simply timing out.
Other changes and fixes include addressing a problem with copying open or locked files, along with improved detection of junction or mount points that relate to missing or disconnected. If a backup operation will results in the contents of a folder being wiped out, a warning will be displayed in advance to ensure that this is what is meant to happen. With all of these fixes and changes to an already impressive backup tool, this is one utility that is well worth taking a look at.
You can find out more and download a free trial of the app by paying a visit to the SyncBackSE review page.