Synchronizing Folders On A Memory Stick In Windows 7

The Windows 7 comes with tons of features and functions. One such feature that is present in Windows 7 is the sync center. It is a syncing utility that allows you to keep files updated and similar on two different places like the computer and a memory stick. Though designed for servers and computer synchronization, a number of mobile devices are supported by the syncing software. Once the sync process is configured, the files that are on both the devices will be up to date. By following the below provided Windows 7 support guidelines, you can easily perform the synchronization process.

Instructions

  • You have to click on the Start button that is present on the extreme bottom left of the taskbar. When you click the Start button, the Start Menu will pop up. Now from the menu, you have to choose the My Computer option.
    Now you have to select the required folders by going through the hard drive of your system. Now you have to choose the Properties option that appears in the menu when you right click on the folder.
  • From the Properties window, you have to select the option called Sharing. Now you have to choose the Share option. Close the Properties window and choose the option Always Available Offline from the menu, when you right click the folder.
  • Now you have to click on the Start button and the Start menu will appear. Now you have to choose All Programs, then select Accessories and in order to launch the Windows 7’s sync center, you have to click Sync Center.

Features and functions
Now you have to choose Set Up New Sync Partnerships. Now you have to choose your memory stick.
The Setup option has to be selected. Several sync options are present in the Sync center. The Sync schedule can be varied and you can choose when the offline folders have to be synced. In order to complete the process and synchronize the folders, you have to choose the Sync option.

By following these Windows 7 support guidelines, the folders will be up to date and present on both the devices. If you have any difficulty in following these Windows 7 support guidelines, you can contact Microsoft help and support to resolve any queries or doubts that you have.