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I just found this today (at least it wasn't the day after it ended...):

http://www.whizfolders.com/buynow.aspx

Basically, both Whizfolders versions are being discounted - but only for a few more days, apparently. You have to click on the respective "BUY" boxes further down the page. This takes you to the site's Store where the discount is applied automatically.

To get some idea of recent developments, take a look at the developer's blog:

http://www.whizfolders.com/blog/

Derek

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General Software Discussion / SyncBackSE vs. SuperFlexible
« on: November 01, 2007, 02:15 PM »
I've been looking for backup software to do versioned differential backups. I tend to prefer hands-on packages and was trying out SyncBackSE when I noticed zridling's mini-review of Super Flexible File Synchronizer.

Back in May some people expressed the intention of switching to SFFS from SyncBackSE. Now that the dust has settled, are people happy about the move - if they made it? Or, on closer inspection, did they find features of SyncBackSE that they preferred to those of SFFS after all?

Both look to me as if they would do what I want, but I didn't see much in the way of detailed comparison that would have enabled me to make a choice between the two. Unfortunately, my trial of SyncBackSe has run out so I can't compare them in action.

In favour of SyncBackSE, it has a very lively forum, lots of documentation, and is about $10 cheaper than SFFS - even with the latter's discount. I also tend to like companies that offer decent free versions of their software as well as paid ones (e.g. like SyncBack and NoteTab). In favour of SFFS, it has a rather neater interface, and some enthusiastic users here.

DBC

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