Today, we released the first beta version of Syncovery 9 for Windows. It includes a new SFTP implementation based on Putty. We call it the TGPuttyLib, which is a DLL based on the psftp tool from PuTTY.
This is a major breakthrough in several areas:
SFTP speeds have been dramatically increased. It can fully use your Internet bandwidth and reach upload transfer rates of over 100 MB/sec.
Jobs can run in “Background with Preview” by right-clicking or by choosing the running option from the Gears toolbar button menu. This is very useful.
In addition to improved speeds, TGPuttyLib can work with all private keys that you can use with PuTTY.
Syncovery can now back up NTFS permissions and alternate data streams to cloud storage.
Support for high resolution monitors has been added.
TGPuttyLib is open source and available to all interested software developers.