Throughout my PC I have to have exactly the same files in more than one location (for one reason or another) and it's getting really difficult to keep track of them all and keep them all up-to-date with each other (in sync, if you will).
So, I'm looking for some software that:
- Can track files, even if they are moved or renamed
- Can automatically detect which file is the latest and update / rename any other files that are linked to it
- Doesn't operate as a data deduplicator - that is, it doesn't operate like
mklink /h/ require a "master" file. I need linked files to be updated with an actual file, not just a link to the master file
Basically, a non-command-based, background, automatic file synchroniser that utilises data fingerprints (or something), akin to the functionality of Dropbox - "It just works".
I've tried "HardLink Shell Extension" but that didn't work particularly well. Suffice to say: I abandoned it in less than an hour.
I don't know if such a software exists that fits such strict criteria, but I thought I'd ask anyway.