Little tray utility for Syncthing on Windows.
SyncTrayzor is a little tray utility for Syncthing on Windows. It hosts and wraps Syncthing, making it behave more like a native Windows application and less like a command-line utility with a web browser interface.
Has a built-in web browser, so you don’t need to fire up an external browser.
Optionally starts on login, so you don’t need to set up Syncthing as a service.
Has drop-box style file download / progress window
Tray icon indicates when synchronization is occurring.
Alerts you when:
You have file conflicts
One of your folders is out of sync
Folders finish syncing
Devices connect / disconnect
Can watch your folders for changes, so you don’t have to poll them frequently:
Syncthing on its own has to poll your folders, in order to see if any files have changed.
SyncTrayzor will watch your folders for changes, and alert Syncthing the second anything changes.
This means you can increase the polling interval in Syncthing, avoiding the resource usage of high-frequency polling, but still have any changes propagated straight away.
Has a tool to help you resolve file conflicts
Can pause devices on metered networks, to stop Syncthing transferring data on e.g. a mobile connection or wifi hotspot.
Contains translations for many languages
Powerful. Synchronize as many folders as you need with different people.