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Backup and Sync getting in the way? Run it off-hours, when you’re not around
We’re huge fans of Backup and Sync — Google’s free Windows utility that continuously synchronizes our PC’s files with drive.google.com. But lately, the software has been getting in the way on our development machines. Specifically: Backup and Sync can consume … Continue reading
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Q & A: What is the Status of my Backup and Sync Windows Service?
I’m trialing your product for running Google Backup and Sync as a service. Is there any way to see what is the update status? All I see is the option to click the info and see how long the service … Continue reading
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Q & A: Why Doesn’t AlwaysUp Send Email When My Server Boots?
I’m using AlwaysUp to run Google Backup and Sync. I only receive emails when I manually stop and start the service — NOT WHEN my server restarts. I’m positive that all the settings are correct after double checking with one … Continue reading
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Q & A: Why is AlwaysUp Reporting the Wrong CPU and Memory for Backup and Sync?
I am using AlwaysUp for Google Backup and Sync as a windows service. My files are syncing but in checking the processes on the server, Backup and Sync is showing 30% CPU usage and 688 MB memory. Yet AlwaysUp in … Continue reading
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Goodbye Google Drive, Hello Backup and Sync!
If you are running Google Drive as a windows service with AlwaysUp, beware: Google Drive is going away. The folks in Mountain View broke the news in a recent G Suite update, stating: Google Drive will no longer be supported … Continue reading
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