You can take it with you with TeraCopy

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Copying files. We all do it a zillion times a day. When we copy one or two files at a time, we don't really think about it. When there's a bunch, though, it isn't always a walk in the park. Copying multiple large-sized files can take some serious time. Want to save some time in your busy day? Maybe you should take a look at TeraCopy.

TeraCopy is a tool that does nothing but copy files. Like most single-purpose tools, it does it fast. Optimized for file transfers, TeraCopy dynamically adjusts its buffers to make sure that you're getting the maximum throughput in your copying process. You can pause and resume transfers, so if you need to get something else done at the same time, you aren't at the mercy of shrinking system resources. With smart error recovery, TeraCopy will retry several times when it hits a file that isn't going smoothly. Best of all, it knows when to quit; if it can't transfer a particular file, it will skip it and continue with copying the rest of them. With Windows, if you try to copy a directory full of files and one of them has a problem, it just kills the whole copy process. That advantage itself is more than worth the price of admission.

And speaking of price, did we mention that TeraCopy is free? Hey, you can't beat that!

TeraCopy is available for Window XP and Vista.

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One Response to “You can take it with you with TeraCopy”

  1. Bob says:

    I really like the look of this program as I often have to transfer files. I gave up on windows explorer ages ago and have been using xplorer2 but still find that a little slow.

    Would also highly recommend looking at the company’s website for JETSTART something I have been looking for for ages. An excellent little prog!