Kestouf

Synchronization Between Two Folders Exactly The Same

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hello 

I wonder how "BITSyn" works when a folder is shared on a PC A strictly identical folder on PC B. "BITSyn" go there all copy machine A to B or it will just compare the two files before send data? 

 

Sorry for my English.

 

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If the two folders are identical to begin with, Sync will index them but nothing will transfer, as Sync will recognize that they are currently identical

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Thank you for your reply 

 

To prevent the PC A sends data through the Internet, I can copy the file from PC A to PC B with a USB hard disk and create synchronization between PC A and PC B with Sync. 

And in this case nothing is sent by Sync up the first amendment of the source folder?

 

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To prevent the PC A sends data through the Internet, I can copy the file from PC A to PC B with a USB hard disk and create synchronization between PC A and PC B with Sync. 

And in this case nothing is sent by Sync up the first amendment of the source folder?

Yes, that's correct. If the folder on PC A is identical to the folder on PC B when you add them both to Sync, nothing will transfer over the internet.

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