Extending Life of SSD Disks with Bit-Level File Synchronization
SyncBreeze Ultimate and SyncBreeze Server provide bit-level file synchronization capabilities allowing one to synchronize only changed file system clusters in each file thus minimizing the amount of disk write operations and extending the life of SSD disks.
In order to enable bit-level file synchronization for a file synchronization command, open the sync command dialog, select the 'Options' tab and enable the 'Bit-Level File Synchronization' option. When this option is enabled, for each changed file, SyncBreeze will update changed data blocks only.
For example, let's assume we have a large 58MB Microsoft Word document file. When bit-level file synchronization is disabled, SyncBreeze will copy the whole file each time the file is modified. On the other hand, with the bit-level file synchronization option enabled, SyncBreeze will update changed data blocks only thus significantly reducing the amount of data written to the disk and extending the life span of SSD disks.