Alive Folders 1.2

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Alive Folders 1.2
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Version: 1.2
Size: 356 KB
Publisher: Brigsoft
Date Added:
License [?]: Shareware (USD$10.00 to buy)
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows 2003, Windows 2000
Requirements: .NET Framework 2.0
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Publisher's Description of Alive Folders

" A files synchronizing and backup program. "
- From Brigsoft

Imagine that your hard disk crashed. How much work will you lose? This convenient sync files program helps you to keep all you need.

It makes a mirror of your important information and keeps it actual. It works as a background process. It also can be used for synchronizing your home computer's and notebook's working files.

The program supports mirroring on a secondary hard disks, flash memory and network shared folders. Files and folders filtration is also supported.

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files   |  backup   |  sync   |  wild card   |  folders   |  store   |  save   |  restore   |  filter   |  filtering   |  synchronizing   |  synchronizer   

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