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Sync and synch are abbreviations of synchronization, the coordination of events to keep them in time.

Sync or synch may also refer to:

Computing and information technology[edit]

  • Sync (Unix), a command and a system call for Unix-like operating systems
  • Synchronization (computer science), relates to similar principles of synchronization of processes or data
  • Resilio Sync (formerly BitTorrent Sync), a peer-to-peer file synchronization tool
  • Data synchronization, keeping multiple copies of a dataset in coherence with one another
  • File synchronization or syncing, to synchronize directories or files on computers
  • Firefox Sync, originally branded Mozilla Weave, allows users to partially synchronize some browsing information across multiple computers
  • Google Sync, a file synchronization service
  • Microsoft Sync Framework, a data synchronization platform from Microsoft
  • SyncToy, a Microsoft PowerToy's software for file synchronization
  • Syncword, in computer networks, used to synchronize a data transmission by indicating the end of header information and the start of data

Electricity and electronics[edit]

Arts, entertainment and media[edit]

  • Synch (band), 1980s band who performed "Where Are You Now"
  • Sync (2010), a video installation by Max Hattler
  • The Sync, a defunct American webcasting company
  • SYNC Audiobooks for Teens, a summer giveaway program sponsored by AudioFile magazine
  • Synchronization rights, an example of a music license, defined by a synchronization license

Fictional entities[edit]

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