5 File and Folder Synchronization Freeware for Windows 10

Posted by on , in Category Downloads with Tags
The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in bio-technology and has an immense interest in following Windows, Office and other technology developments. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software, and being careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware is recommended.


  1. Jsg

    PureSync is also good. You can get it from http://www.jumpingbytes.com/en/puresync.html

  2. Tweak

    GoodSync is one of my favs and it works fine for me with Win7 x64. http://www.goodsync.com/

  3. hemant saxena

    thanks for sharing

  4. Observer

    Sync Toy 2 has been with me for years! 32 & 64 bit versions.

  5. Guest

    Unison works with Windows & Linux

  6. Chook

    AllwaySync will sync your non modified but last accessed files. For example, if you play songs from your MP3 collection, the next time AllwaySync is used it will sync the played MP3’s. Although the MP3’s weren’t changed it will still sync them taking a lot of time and resources. Not good. Limitations for personal use is also a factor to consider.

  7. omiazad

    Didn’t mention my favorite Microsoft SyncToy: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=15155

  8. Exshail

    You can visit below page for another free portable file copier software from

  9. Try another free portable file copier software Exshail CopyCare from below site. Main feature is Preview list of files before copying with seven options below.

    1. “Source > Target – Copy Files New and changed from Source”
    2. “Source > Target – Copy Files New From Source”
    3. “Source > Target – Copy Files Changed from Source”
    4. “Target > Source – Copy Files Changed from Target”
    5. “Target Source Copy Files having Size Difference”
    6. “Delete Files Orphan from Target”
    7. “Source = Target – Copy Exact to Target – Overwrite All (Delete Orphans from Target)”


  10. dimatak

    KrojamSoft SyncFile is truly a good one I have been using…

  11. AUSSIE44

    I am in need of a program that will move files from one directory to another drives directory at a scheduled time every day (i.e., after work). This would be a one way move based upon a schedule. Is there anything you could suggest?

  12. Ibrahim

    Use Synctoy this gives you the ability to schedule as specific time and date.

  13. RichGK

    AllwaysSync now stops working if you don’t pay for it.

  14. Nuno G.

    Cobian Backup is also good. Can Sync or Backup files at a given time for example

  15. Codie Rae

    best copy software ive ever used on windows is RichCopy by microsoft – it has support for multiple threads for copy/index and about everything else and various rules – so a copy/sync/backup that would take weeks or more on a single or even dual threaded backup tool, would only take one or two days on this – this is the best freeware ive ever used for backups on windows, especially if doing backups with CIFS/Samba over a network w/ a bonded(LACP) link – it has granular control of everything from buffers from what to copy or not to copy and file properties to keep or remove – it also has a timer system and i can also be setup like so from a scheduled task, RichCopy.exe so you can run it as often however you want URL for RichCopy: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.04.utilityspotlight.aspx

  16. Darr247

    Try also – Lennert Ploeger’s TreeComp.

  17. Josef Hahn

    Hi. Please also give Parsley a try: https://pseudopolis.eu/wiki/pino/projs/parsley/

  18. Garry

    I suggest that you use KrojamSoft SyncFile program. It works well!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

5 + 8 =