Heatsoft ADCS 1.20

Editor’s choice: BEST program for folder comparison.

Heatsoft ADCS version 1.20 is loaded with innumerable features for traditional and advanced folder analysis and synchronization. The program has a clear, intuitive user interface which will be familiar for the most unsophisticated users.


– Side-by-side comparison
– Intuitive and fully customized user interface
– Localization in multiple languages
– Various synchronization modes
– Synchronization of entire directory trees
– Simultaneous multi-directories comparison
– Comprehensive file management capabilities, including creating/deleting/renaming/modifying files and directories, or opening files in third-party application
– Compare files by size, timestamps, attributes and by content
Synchronization preview
Custom synchronization rules
NTFS/FAT32 integration
– Analysis of files used in other programs
– Full network support
– Powerful file and directory filters
– Extensive file sorting capabilities
– Integrated “Safe copying files” feature and file backup
– Available live project statistics and software/hardware system information
Report functionality
– Comprehensive help manual and online support

Heatsoft ADCS 1.20


– No file comparison functionality (the program is positioned as folder comparison tool only)


Heatsoft ADCS version 1.20 is the best folder synchronization software we’ve reviewed yet. It has powerful functionality for efficient folder comparison, as well as a number of unique and advanced features. The program has intuitive and fully customizable user interface. Besides, Heatsoft ADCS 1.20 is marketed at a very reasonable price.

In conclusion, Heatsoft ADCS 1.20 is a “must-have” for all types of directory management projects.

Our rating for Heatsoft ADCS 1.20 is 9/10.

Price: $30 USD (FREE TRIAL)

Diverse comparison methods

Three-way comparison

Text navigation

Report functionality

Merge functionality

Integration with version control systems
Folder comparison

Folder hierarchy synchronization

Custom file filters

Byte-by-byte comparison