The main JFileSync window gives an overview of all available JFS tools. After comparing two file system structures, the actions necessary to synchronize both structures are shown. On the lower left hand side, you can see the newly introduced synchronization assistant.
The profile manager allows you to specify a set of directories you want to keep synchronized. You can choose between different synchronization modes. Moreover, you may specify patterns of directories and files to include and exclude and you have access to JFS server settings.
A JFS server allows you to synchronize with external file systems that cannot be directly accessed by your system. The JFS server application may be started via the graphical user interface (as seen in the screenshot) or via the command line on an external host. All synchronization tasks are then performed through one single port of the host computer
JFS comes with a simple built-in help system, which describes the basic functionality and allows for simple browsing through all help pages.