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Maybe a forced sync will do. In the Windows client (if I remember it correctly) You hold down ctrl/strg + shift before clicking on the sync symbol.

Then an extended sync should start, noticeable because it takes a while during which the wheel keeps spinning.

P.S. I would really rethink the decision to stay with Windows 7. If a computer is connected to the internet, Win7 is unsafe !

Win10 is o.k., running smooth even on older PCs (mine is an office HP from 2012). With an overlay it can even look and feel like Win7 - but it gets updates, and security is far better than Win7, were even know issues will not be fixed any longer.

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47 minutes ago, PinkElephant said:

You hold down ctrl/strg + shift before clicking on the sync symbol.

Don't think there is an option to force sync,  other than clicking the Sync button - Ctrl+Help gives the extended menu with some useful options...  The above doesn't work on my Win10 laptop...

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