4sync - Store and access files online - Download video Previews Video
4sync - Store and access files online - Download video Previews Video Transcript
Hello, everyone. Today were going to do a short feature tour of 4sync for Windows. After installation and registration, you'll notice a 4sync folder appear in your system. You can add and remove files and interact with it like any other Windows folder. Simply select your files and drag them into the 4sync folde You can then go on and do other things while 4sync runs in the background. To check the status, move your cursor over the task bar where you'll notice a small blue icon that indicates 4sync is syncing your files. When it's finished, check your 4sync folder where you'll find a green checkmark next to each file, confirming that syncing is complete. If you see a blue icon that means your files are still being uploaded. Another cool feature is the ability to instantly share your files. Right click on a file to see a list of options and ways to share your documents and photos. You can send a file to a friend via Tweet or direct URL link. 4sync also generates a handy HTML code that you can paste onto forums and message boards for a wider distribution. One other thing I found useful is the ability to check your sync history. 4sync keeps a record of when you transfer files as well as dates and times. Personally, I like to keep my tracks clean, especially when dealing with sensitive or confidential files. You can also choose to wipe your tracks entirely by clearing your history at the click of a button. If you want to get into the nitty gritty, you can also view options in the preferences panel to modify and upload and download speed caps, check how much storage is left, or unlink your machine from your account. For other Download previews, check out Download.com for more videos, reviews, and screencasts. Thanks for watching.