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Download Syncovery 7.98o for Windows (32-Bit)
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Read more about the new version 7 here.

Syncovery 8.00 Release Candidate 6

– V8 is a free upgrade for licenses ordered on or after August 1st, 2015
– order your V8 upgrade now using our upgrading system.


  • contains enhancements and bug fixes corresponding to version 7.98o
  • latest news – the subfolder selection dialog has a new checkmark “Automatically Add Future New Folders and Files to Selection”.
  • also new – OneDrive and SharePoint folder listings are now done via fast “changes” based technology.
  • Adds Block Level Copying based on our new File System Monitor Service (for Windows only). Choose this new feature on the Special tab sheet. Block level copying is now fast, without the need for tedious MD5 checksum calculations. When Syncovery starts the job, it will already know which blocks need to be copied.
  • The new setting “Detect Changes Via File System Monitoring Even If Timestamps Unchanged” can now be used instead of “Always copy, even if timestamp unchanged”.
  • The Remote Service Control Panel is now the Auxiliary Services Control Panel, where you can configure the File System Monitoring service too. In most cases, you do not have to make any settings there.
  • adds PascalScript as an integrated scripting language which allows you to customize and add profile behavior in many ways.
  • adds direct compression and AES encryption to cloud storage with the new .sz file format. No temporary files, no disk space needed. The .sz format is an optional alternative to the existing .zip format. The .sz format features optional ultrafast compression, or extra strong compression, and huge AES encryption speeds.
  • AES encryption speed with zip files also much improved.
  • Uploads to Google Drive can now preserve folder timestamps (Comparison->More->Folder Timestamps).
  • new icon
  • supports Amazon S3 Inventories
  • updated libraries (such as SFTP with more algorithms)

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Support for Google Team Drives

Since version 7.85, Syncovery uses the new Google Drive API V3 with support for Team Drives. Any one profile can sync with your main Google Drive, or one Team Drive. There is a new Container field with Browse button on the Internet dialog, allowing you to choose your Team Drive.

Additional New Features in 7.85:
– uses much less memory when processing cloud folder listings (such as Google Drive)
– produces much smaller databases (factor 4-10 reduction)
– in many cases, existing databases can be deleted in order to get the new smaller databases. Except if you depend on Synthetic Backup / Block Level Copying or Cache Destination File List.

Latest New Features

Version 7.80

Adds support for Sharepoint Online.

Version 7.71

The Windows version can now copy files using the Backup privilege, i.e. it can copy other user’s files even if you can’t access them in Windows Explorer. Similar to robocopy /B. Syncovery must be running under a full Administrator account, or with an account in the Backup Operators group.

Version 7.60

Adds Ransomware Protection: specify the maximum number of files that can be replaced by your profile under Safety->Unattended. If more files than expected need to be replaced, it could be a sign that they have been encrypted by malware, and the profile will be stopped.

Version 7.53

Adds Advanced Speed Limit where you can specify different speeds for different times and days.

Version 7.52

Adds support for Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration and the storage class Infrequent Access

Version 7.51

Our new installer will never ask you to reboot again!

Automatic character conversion for Google Drive will enable you to download all filenames even if they contain disallowed characters on Windows.

Version 7.50

Amazon Cloud Drive and other cloud storages: bug fixes and speed improvements processing the file list for event-based APIs (BOX, DropBoxV2, Google Drive, ACD).

Incomplete Synthetic backups which have been split into several zip files can now be resumed.

Selection dialogs will now show decrypted file and folder names even if you use Filename Encryption.

Many features have been made compatible with Filename Encryption, including Synthetic Backup and Restore as well as file splitting and others.

Google Drive: adds the option to create links to native Google Docs locally rather than converting them or skipping them.

Now with Transfer Rate display and FTP Keep Alive (in libraries 2 & 3).

Many bug fixes, and automatic INI file repair. If you get a message about INI file maintenance, usually there is no need to worry. It just cleared out some invalid lines. If your profiles are still there, you’re all set.

The Monitoring Tool can now work without a direct connection to the monitored clients. You can monitor a Syncovery scheduler’s activity on any machine. Status information and commands are exchanged via a central storage (such as FTP). The feature is documented on the Monitoring Tool dialog (File->Monitoring Tool in Syncovery). All settings, passwords etc. are made there. The INI file section [CentralManagementSharedSettings] is then copied to clients’ INI files to enable them to be monitored. Commands sent to clients are signed with PGP in order to prevent misuse.

You can specify status upload delays and specify how frequently clients should check for commands. Because there is no direct connection, status information will be delayed by a few seconds, and commands will only take effect after a few minutes, depending on your settings.

It will be possible to monitor the next Macintosh and Linux versions also, but the Monitoring Tool itself is Windows only.

Recent New Features

We added support for, Hubic, MEGA, Backblaze B2, OneDrive for Business, Amazon Cloud Drive and MediaFire, and introduced a new, lightning fast database format for the “Cache Destination File List” feature. In the past, the cache database could often be slower than the destination storage itself in terms of building the file list. Now the database should be at least as fast as locally attached SSD drives.

When uploading to a cloud storage or with any Internet Protocol, you can now split files directly without having to zip them. We also added filename encryption. Choose this in the profile under Zip / Encryption –> Encryption.

To use a cloud storage, click the Internet button and choose Amazon Cloud Drive as protocol.

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