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Shared folder saved on two disks synchronously but not in a raid

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys, I am not sure if this is in the correct category, please move it if not.


So I would like to make two same folders on two different disks. I have a 2TB hard drive and another 120GB SSD(I have windows installed on 500GB NVME). I would like to save my backups, pictures, etc. in 2 folders on both drives that are automatically synchronized. So that if I add a new file to the folder, both folders would update.

This way I could protect myself in case of HDD or SSD failure.

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You might like to look into FreeFileSync.

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