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As long as your filesystem supports journaling (and all of the "recent" ones do), you should be fine. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Journaling_file_system


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Subscribe to Office 365 and you can sync your iPhone via the Exchange account. Or give up on Outlook and switch over to Google. Office 365 and Google work well for me. Have not had good luck syncing through iTunes.


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It seems syncthing will also handle symlinks correctly (symlinks are not followed but copied as symlinks); see relevant discussions: https://github.com/syncthing/syncthing/issues/262 https://github.com/syncthing/syncthing/issues/2358 But I'd love to see a cloud hosted solution (unlike bt sync and syncthing) that handles symlinks correctly.


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With windows offline sync, you can go into "offline" mode even when you're online. That allows you to interact with the folder locally and get local performance. You can then go "online" at the end of the day and get updates synchronized. I think that would give you the flexibility you seek. You should see a "Work Offline" / "Work Online" option in the ...


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After looking for a similar solution myself (synchronized playback with files on both computers, no streaming nor multicast), I found several solutions, most being free and some being opensource. Desktop applications The following applications must be installed on both computers to allow synchronized playback: SyncPlay: opensource software to synchronize ...



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