An open source file sync app that doesn't go through a server
Sync Trayzor Is in the UK Antony Male He is developing in open source syncthing A GUI for Windows that uses a unique Syncthing-generated ID to switch between devices without the need for complex network settings. P2P Connect with (Peer to Peer) and sync files.
Version 1 Currently
OS: Windows 7 or later
Where to get the software
The SyncTrayzor installation is almost automatic and does not include adware or spyware.
Download the installer for your Windows architecture from the SyncTrayzor download page.
Start the installer and when the User Account Control dialog is displayed, click "Yes" to allow.
If you are not particular about the installation destination, the default setting is "Next".
Registration to the start menu is also "Next" by default.
If you need a desktop shortcut, check it and click "Next".
Now that you are ready to install, click "Install".
Installation is completed with "Finish".
"Allow access" if blocked by a firewall when SyncTrayzor starts.
Yes to allow anonymous usage report submissions.
Change the language setting to Japanese.
SyncTrayzor for added security User name と PasswordIs recommended, but when connecting with P2P (Peer to Peer) For GUI authenticationNo user ID and password settings are required, so click "OK" to close.
Wake On Lan
Since the device must be running to synchronize folders, keep the computer always running to synchronize with a remote computer.Wake On Lan Requires remote startup.
Wake On LAN setting for remotely starting Windows Wake On LAN (WOL) is a function implemented by the network adapter (NIC), and a signal called a magic packet is sent to the NIC […].
How to use SyncTrayzor
Installing SyncTrayzor will generate a unique device ID, so add the device ID between the devices that sync the files to authenticate.
In the upper right Menu: From the list of Show ID choose.
Device ID Is displayed, make a note so that you can enter it in SyncTrayzor of the device to be synchronized.
Start SyncTrayzor on the connected device andConnected device Click "+ Add connected device".
Device ID Enter the device ID of the connection source in and click "Save".
Connected device A device is added to, but since it is a one-way street, it becomes "disconnecting".
Obtain the device ID for the connection destination device and add the device ID from "+ Add connection destination device" of the connection source SyncTrayzor.
Once both device IDs are authenticated, the connection is established and the device name is displayed.
You can register multiple devices on different platforms by adding a device ID.
Setup in the local network
If the device you want to sync is on your local network, SyncTrayzor will automatically recognize the device.
Connected device When you open "+ Add connected device",Devices detected nearby Of Device ID Is displayed, click the ID to add it, and then click "Save".
A dialog asking you to add a new device to the connection source device is displayed. Click "Add device" to establish the connection.
syncthing Is by default User name Directly under the folder Sync A folder has been created, but you can share existing or new folders.
If you want to share the default folder folder Registered in Default Folder Click
Total Check the devices that share the default folder on the tab.
File versioning Is disabled, so select the version control type from the list and set it if necessary.
Shared folders are by default Two-way sync Although,Advanced settings Of Folder type で Send only-Receive onlyCan be selected.
"Save" when all settings are complete.
A dialog box confirming the sharing of the folder on the device specified as the sharing destination is displayed. Click "Share".
When the connection is established, synchronization will be performed automatically andNon-shared Is displayed Latest become.
Add sync folder
If you want to add an arbitrary sync folder instead of the default folder, specify the folder path.
Select "Add Folder".
General On the tab Folder name When you enter Folder path The save destination of the folder is displayed in, so modify the path to any save destination, set the sharing settings, and click "Save".
Allow folder sharing on the connected device and Folder path Of Filter Specify the folder to synchronize from.
At the connection source and connection destination desktop , Documents You can share a desktop or document folder by specifying the same folder, such as a folder.
Connected devices and folders set for synchronization Removal You can disconnect by just doing this, but you need to set the disconnection on both the connection source and the connection destination.
To disconnect the connected device Connected device Select the device you want to unlock from and click Edit.
Click "Remove" to display a confirmation dialog and confirm with "Yes".
To unsync the folder, click "Edit" of the sync folder.
Uncheck "Remove" to unsync the folder and remove it from Syncthing, or uncheck the enabled devices to deactivate the devices that are allowed to sync.
Syncthing may not be displayed properly if you perform irregular operations such as removing the sync folder while the sync destination is offline.
The program is running and the sync folder and connected devices are not displayed.
If you desynchronized immediately before, after booting the connected device, open the blank SyncTrayzor from the context menu (right-click menu) of the task tray. Finish Then start from the start menu.
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