Does this minor 1.4 update come in 64-bit flavor for Windows? I sync between a win machine (out of sheer necessity) and my linux machine to Google Drive, both 64-bit. This works well on *buntu, arch, and mint - but the win 10 implementation at the moment has certainly seen better days.
I agree with some of the mention above about an rsync’ish mode of insync due to the idea that we can expect local repositories to be out of sync, particularly if we don’t sync the entire cloud drive one of multiple local machines. The source of reference should usually (of course, not always) be the cloud drive as the primary data source (as it has the redundancies/failover - hope I’m not jinxing myself here - that local drives do not).
There is a commonly expressed but overlooked use case for using common local drives between OS’s (not simultaneous usage) that sync to a cloud drive (any number of folks may switch between mac/win or *nix/win for good reason). If a cloud drive is considered the primary repository for files, then sync’ing rules and verification/validation procedures can easily be made explicit to protect from unintended file deletion on the cloud drive. Just my worthless $.02 - and whatever I paid for the software.
I think things are ‘getting there’. Slowly and with the usual bumps, but getting there! Keep up the momentum!