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  1. I have two computers with an external HDD each, each one with a folder in sync. Can I just shutdown the computers at night without manually ejecting the external HDD with no interference with Resilio (that is, Resilio will continue working as expected when both computers are online again) and no damage to the data? Tyfyt!
  2. Version 1.3.109 on Windows 8.1. I have about 80 folders. When I run bit torrent sync, it is connected to one peer, version 1.3.109 on a laptop WIndows 8.1. However, only about 20 folders are synced with this laptop. The other folders are synced to a system that is not running. After requesting exit through tray context menu, the process continues to run and takes up about 30% of cpu. It has to be killed manually. (Athlon II X3 455, 8MB memory, Windows 8.1 Pro). Also, automatic update will not work, because the program will not shut down properly. On the laptop which only has a
  3. Hi Folks. Two macs, a Mac Pro and an iMac, both (were) running BitTorrent Sync (Sorry I do not remember the version, BUT I just downloaded from the BT site a week ago, so I assume current) hang at shutdown until I press and hold the power button. There is no information in the system log about this... and I can't even say 100% it is BT's issue, however once I uninstalled BTS they shutdown as usual. Any Mac users see this? BTW, BTS is an amazing piece of software that nobody else seems to be able to figure out how to do correctly! So thanks for that! :-) Here are quick sys. specs: