Last Year, Kim Dotcom released his brand new cloud storage website called as MEGA which was developed after Megaupload’s forced shutdown by authorities due to copyright infringement. MEGA is becoming more and more popular these days. It comes with very unique User Interface, which is fast and easy to operate. Few days back, Mega also released it’s official Android client for allowing users to sync their files directly from their Smartphone or tablet. Earlier there were no details, whether Mega will be available for Windows or not ? But it now seems like Mega is already working on it’s Windows client. A new tool called as MegaSync has been emerged.
MEGASync is still in progress, but the beta version of this tool was recently released for those who love to test beta softwares. The installation is very easy and also hassle-free, it will allow you to select your local and MEGA folders to keep in sync through the advanced installation option. Just you have to open it and set-up your Mega account for the first time and after that MEGASync will begin running in the background. You will see a Mega icon in the system tray, which when when clicked will give you access to its settings console.
MEGASync will also allow you to easily synchronize multiple folders in your MEGA cloud storage with different locations on your local storage via linking each folder to a specific cloud drive nodes. It works smoothly even in its current beta state. Currently it works with Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 and if you want to give it a try, then you can download it from below link.