MilesAhead This is exactly what i want. Sync BOTH WAYS.
As with the others programs they have a delete function included in the sync process
which frighten me. I NEVER WANT TO DELETE ANY FILE.
I need either update or add BUT never delete.
This installer has the help file:http://freecommander.com/en/downloads/
make sure to get the one on the bottom for 32 bit with help file included. I cannot find the one for the PortableApps version.
I guess when you decide to go portable you can copy the FreeCommander.chm from this installation, then uninstall. Whew.. why the gyrations I don't know.
Edit: I guess I was a bit flustered by this time and did not notice there are help files in various languages a bit further down on the page.
Now I can uninstall the installed one and try setting up the portable one again.
I have used the previous version of FreeCommander written in Delphi for many years. I do not remember getting burned on a sync. It is very intuitive to use. On this version there seems to be no button on the Toolbar for it. But in Folder Menu you can click Syncronize or use Alt s hotkey. There may be a way to make a button for the toolbar. I hope so because I used the sync in FreeCommander a lot.
A good idea may be to copy your USB flash drives to folders on the HD before you sync the first time. A program like TeraCopy may do it a bit faster than Windows drag and drop depending how large the USB drives are. But then you will have a way to undo things if something weird happens.
As for the Hebrew filenames I was never very knowledgeable about Unicode and code pages etc..