Wednesday, October 25, 2017

RcloneBrowser Portable, simple cross platform GUI for rclone/rsync!
"While RcloneBrowser integrates pretty much all the Rclone features in its user interface, adding a new remote storage service is not supported by it, and the configuration must be performed via command line. However, for most, the configuration is as easy as entering "y" a few times in a terminal. " —Andrew, (February 21, 2017)
"If you know what RSync is (which is great!), you’ll love RClone. It’s basically rsync for cloud storage. RCloneBrowser is the GUI for RClone!" —Alistair Ross, (February 6, 2017)
"Rclone is an excellent tool which can help with all kinds of cloud storage tasks. Novices can quickly set up a batch file to copy or sync a folder or two, while experts can fine-tune operations with a stack of settings and options (include/ exclude filters, bandwidth limiting, deduplication, parallel file transfers, retries, timeouts and more)." —Mike Williams, (17 Oct 2016)
RcloneBrowser is a simple cross platfrom GUI for rclone (rsync for cloud storage) command line tool.
   It supports Amazon Drive, Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, Box, Ceph, Dreamhost, Dropbox, FTP, Google Cloud Storage, Google Drive, HTTP, Hubic, Memset Memstore, Microsoft Azure Blob Storage, Microsoft OneDrive, Minio, OVH, Openstack Swift, Oracle Cloud Storage, QingStor, Rackspace Cloud Files, SFTP, Wasabi, Yandex Disk, local filesystem.

Size: 72.9 MB (76,517,376 bytes) Packed Size: 23.2 MB (24,395,776 bytes)
MD5: 91D2EAD6E69E6032FF40EE4003947F28

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Release notes

Requires Internet connection.
We included a quick guide on how to setup a cloud service—in this case Google Drive account—in the help file.
Some services might not work with this client, eg. our beloved Sourceforge :(


RcloneBrowser logo by Yannick Lung.

Portability Notes

  • RcloneBrowser writes non essential empty folders to Windows data folder while running.
  • Make sure it exits cleanly before plugging out your thumbdrive.

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