Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Ashampoo Media Sync 1.0.2 Free key

Save your time organizing your files automatically.

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Save your time organizing your files automatically. Easily manage your music, videos, pictures, documents: identify, scan them and organize easily with Ashampoo Media Sync.

Key Features:

  • Instant file organization;
  • Setting up takes only seconds;
  • Compatible with all autoplay-enabled devices

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  • Installed and registered the Ashampoo way without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system. A clean install with the always added “Your software deals”.

    A German company with all legal information. Well known and often discussed here.

    Ashampoo usually gives the last version for free as promotion, if a new version is on the market. This time a little bit different. There is no new version, today version from July 2013 is still the latest version – never updated. It doesn’t seem to be a big success.

    The program installs and start a MediaSyncTray.exe, which resides in the tray and waits for a device to be connected.

    Once a device (autoplay enabled) is attached, you can define the behavior of this program. Where to store which files. The files are grouped into photo, video, music and documents.

    You define a destination for each group individually

    And there is the big but. Once you define to save your photo to a folder x, all photos will be stored in the same folder, there is no rename, no creation of sub directories according to your definition and so on. If you don’t care about this, you can use this as a simple importer, which separates video files from photo files to different directories. Is there really a need for this? IMHO no…

    Uninstalled via reboot, I see no real use for this on my computer.

    Comment by Karl — May 20th, 2015 at 3:32 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4) Reply
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