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Based on our record, FreeFileSync seems to be a lot more popular than luckyBackup. While we know about 53 links to FreeFileSync, we've tracked only 1 mention of luckyBackup. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
Everything I'd read previously seemed to suggest Krusader or Midnight Commander was the way to go but it looks like Rsync should do the trick (I'm new to Linux / Unraid). I'll plan on trying the steps outlined by Space Invader here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkp_BUgJGqE I assume http://luckybackup.sourceforge.net/ is a good UI alternative if I wanted to do more in depth file manipulation / copies without... - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
If you want a GUI -- then Free File Sync is a decent option available for both Win & Linux. - Source: Reddit / 7 days ago
Pretty much. You could also try to preserve your RAID 0 install on an external harddrive or something so you'd have access to everything and instead of later realising you forgot to copy something. To copy all files (but NOT the partition layout etc) to another drive I suggest https://freefilesync.org/ which is very reliable and quite fast. - Source: Reddit / 12 days ago
Home partition: Use an external hard drive (best formatted with ext4 or another Linux file system that supports links) and use a synchronisation software of your choice. Personally, I use FreeFileSync, but that's just because I'm used to it. There are also battle-tested Linux native tools such as rsync (terminal-based, pre-installed with Ubuntu) and grsync (which is a graphical front-end for rsync). - Source: Reddit / 28 days ago
You can also use something like FreeFileSync to sync your music locally from your PC to your Android phone. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Transfer only Windows? Nope. Are all of you files only on your HDD? If your HDD fails, do you have a backup of your files? What?!? You're not backing up your stuff? This is very, very bad, my friend. Back up your files to some kind of external drive (Mr. Bezos sells them for $50-$60), take your HDD out of the computer, install Windows on the SSD (I recommend using Patch My PC to reinstall 3rd-party programs... - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
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