In this update, we have made a few fixes to SyncBack V9 and released a BETA version of HashOnClick. We've also published a new article on Restoring from a Backup.

For the full changes list, see our changes page online. Visit our downloads page to get the latest version of SyncBack now. For the HashOnClick BETA, see our BETA Versions page.

HashOnClick BETA

It's been a while since we last updated the user interface for HashOnClick, so we're happy to announce that a new BETA version of HashOnClick is now available. As well as providing a completely new and improved interface, we've also fixed the issue of Windows File Explorer not being available while HashOnClick was displaying hash values. You can also choose which hash values you want to show in the Windows File Explorer context-menu and we've added support for SHA-3 and Adler32..

Please note that this is a BETA, meaning it may contain bugs. However, if you like to live life on the edge give the HashOnClick BETA a try and tell us what you think.

Latest Article

Restoring from a Backup

Data restore is the process of copying files from a backup location, e.g. the cloud, to the original (or alternative) location when data is lost or corrupted. Data restore is needed in situations such as: data is accidentally deleted, hardware or software failures, malicious attacks (virus, malware, ransomware, etc.). In this article we will explain the process of restoring a backup and the steps to rollback files to a specific date using SyncBack.

You may also be interested in another article: How To Restore From Version Files.

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