What’s the difference between backups and syncing?


File Synchronization is the procedure of ensuring that a couple of locations retain the same up-to-date files. When you add, change, or delete a file from one location, the synchronization process will add, change, or delete the same file on the some other locations.

Backup means copying of data files from one location to another location. Backup copies files on a schedule or manually, and backup can only captures the change since your last copy. Backups are excellent for if you want to restore files due to a system failure, or if you have to restore a previous version of a file because that you've made changes and overwritten previous changes you wish to get it back.

SyncBack4all File Sync Backup also provides File Restore functionality, which will recover your important files if your hard drive crash or turn corrupt. It will also retrieve your accidentally deleted files. File restore function allows user to preview recovered file before saving it to hard disk or any other storage device. The application doesn't need any special skills & expertise to operate and successfully. SyncBack4all File Sync Backup getting smart enough to provide file revision history, so that you can actually go back and retrieve a previous version of a file.