To get started using the software just double click the trial/purchased .msi file and the installer will guide you through the process of installing the software. Once installed you should be able to access the application from the start menu and the application icon shortcut on your desktop.
When the application loads for the first time you will need to choose your 'Source Folder', this is the folder containing the files and folders that you want to keep synchronised.
After selecting the 'Source Folder' the next step will be to select the 'Destination Folder', this is the folder that all of your files and folders will be synchronised to.
Now that you have your folders set up and ready to keep in sync with each other there are a few more settings that you can adjust to suit your preferences that we will discuss.
Starting from the left hand side of the settings page directly underneath the destination folder path text box we have the option to 'Run app at startup', ticking this checkbox will make the application run as soon as you start up and log into your computer.
In the centre directly below the destination folder path text box there is the option to 'Start app minimised', selecting this option will make the application start minimised to the system tray in the bottom right hand corner of your windows desktop where all the tiny application icons are.
If the application is minimised to the system tray you can get the application to show up on screen by double clicking the tiny application icon with the left mouse button in the tray.
When 'Run app at startup' and 'Start app minimised' are both selected the application will run as soon as you turn on and log into your computer, minimised to the system tray and will enter into 'Auto Sync' mode, in 'Auto Sync' mode the application will run its self at the interval set in the 'Auto sync frequency' numeric input box, the frequency value is minutes so 1 = 1 minute.
Starting from the left again but in the middle row of options we have 'Exclude hidden files', if you select this option any hidden files in the source directory will be ignored from the sync process.
In the middle of all the application options is the 'Delete from destination' option, this option if selected will allow the application to delete files from the destination folder that are not present in the source folder that you are keeping synchronised.
Back to the left hand side but at the bottom of all the options we come to the 'Show notifications' option, if this option is ticked the application will show a notification in the system tray each time it completes a synchronisation run so that you know your files are being synced successfully.
The final two controls on the settings page are the 'Export Settings' & 'Import Settings' buttons, these two buttons allow all of the application settings you have chosen to be exported to and imported from an XML structured text file that the application will create on export.
This option is very useful for people that will be using a multi user licence as you would only need to set up one full set of settings and then export them to the other users installations.