Synchronization of local folders between remote computers using
You use a cloud (OneDrive, DropBox, GoogleDrive,
Hubic ovh, Amazon Drive, Orange cloud, SFR cloud etc ...). These systems create
a local cloud folder on your computer which is updated regularly with the online
cloud allowing you to find your files on another device connected to the same
cloud. Only files present in your local cloud folder are updated in the remote
cloud and therefore on your other devices but you don't want or may not be able
to move some of your local folders to your local cloud folder. Winsynchro will
allow you to sync all desired local folders to your cloud folder without having
to move your folders. You continue to use your local folders as before but these
are synchronized in the cloud folder and therefore on your other devices
connected to the same cloud.
For example you are using
OneDrive installed by default with Windows 10. During installation, a OneDrive
folder was created in your user folder (which you can also move). The files and
folders that you transfer to the OneDrive folder will end up identically in the
OneDrive folder on your other devices. But only the OneDrive folder. However,
you have a particular folder in your documents that you would like to be able to
access from your other devices, but for a lot of reasons you prefer that this
folder remain in its current location. Use WinSynchro and create a recurring
schedule to sync this folder with an image of it located in the OneDrive folder.
This folder is now initially available in the OneDrive folder on all your other
devices. On all your other devices, proceed in the same way with this folder to
synchronize it from OneDrive to the folder that suits you and which does not
have to be the same on all your computers. To do this, WinSynchro must be
installed on all your devices (find out about multi-user licenses). This folder
is now bidirectionally synchronized between all your computers in a completely
Other possible use of the system:
Remote synchronization of email folders.
Replacement of a client-server infrastructure by a more
modern solution built around a cloud.