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Developer(s)Veridium Software
Initial releaseMay 2012
Stable release
3.2.1 / November 6, 2019; 4 years ago (2019-11-06)
    Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
    Sizex64: 3.3 MB, x86: 2.8 MB
    Portable x64: 4.1 MB, Portable x86: 3.5 MB
    Available inEnglish, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Czech and Greek [1]
    TypeBackup software

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    WinDataReflector is a backup and file synchronization program that allows synchronizing files to local directories[2], network shares and several cloud services.


    WinDataReflector processes, compares directories and displays the differences to users before actually synchronizing them[3]. It is considerably fast at processing directories because it doesn't save their past state to a database or index file (unlike GoodSync and Allway sync) which makes it very good at differential backup (synchronization) at the cost of not supporting incremental backup.

    • Can synchronize multiple directories simultaneously in tabs[4].
    • Visually compares directories before synchronizing them.
    • Supports synchronizing to SFTP, FTP servers, network shares, Google Drive, OneDrive and DropBox.
    • Built-in scheduler[5].
    • Real-time synchronization.
    • Keeps copies of old files before deleting them.
    • CRC comparison


    • Freeware limited version: doesn't synchronize more than 150 files, create more than 3 tasks or use automation (real-time synchronization, scheduling and USB drives detection).
    • Portable version: standalone exe file that can be used without an installer.
    • 64-bit and 32-bit versions.
    • Pro paid version without the limitations of the freeware version.

    See also[edit]


    1. "WinDataReflector Languages".
    2. "WinDataReflector review on gHacks". Retrieved 2019-12-10.
    3. "WinDataReflector page on CNet". Retrieved 2019-12-06.
    4. "WinDataReflector Review". Retrieved 2019-12-10.
    5. "How To Schedule Backup and Synchronization Tasks in Windows with WinDataReflector". Retrieved 2019-12-10.

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