FreeFileSync 11.2, a folder comparison and sync app, has been released

FreeFileSync 11.2, a folder comparison and synchronization software for making and managing backup copies of all your important files, was released a few days ago.

The changes in FreeFileSync 11.2 are:

  • Improve grid layout by hiding file icons
  • Improved rendering of inactive and invalid grid items
  • Remember the path the user chose at the end of the file and folder picker
  • Fixed the folder name hidden in the “Item Name” view type
  • Fixed unsupported Recycle Bin folder determination (Linux)
  • Fixed a copy of a broken symbolic link (macOS)
  • Fixed the default action when pressing Enter in a pop-up dialog
  • Fixed default pop-up dialog size (macOS)
  • Use the start of the week localized to% WeekDay% (Linux, macOS)
  • Swap sides using CTRL + W instead of F10
  • Show confirmation dialog before swapping sides

FreeFileSync 11.2, a folder comparison and sync app, has been released

How to install FreeFileSync on Ubuntu:

The software provides an official Linux package (portable tarball contains executable files and most runtime libraries) that you can download from the link below.

Download FreeFileSync

Just grab the Linux package, extract it, and run the executable. You can also read this step-by-step guide to create an app launcher for this program.

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