Turbocharge File Copying With TeraCopy

December 3, 2011

One of the tasks that users inevitably do on a regular basis is copying files. Windows has built-in features for the task, but they are far from optimal. Have you ever set up a copy of thousands of files across many folders only to find that one bad file stopped the copy at some unknown position in the process? I have and it is incredibly frustrating.

TeraCopy will solve that problem and much more. It has built-in error recovery as well as the ability to pause/resume file transfers. You should also find that it is much faster than native Windows file copying. This is a new utility in my arsenal and one that I won’t soon give up. It is free for home use and has a small cost for commercial use. Download your copy now and give it a try!

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  1. RunFlaCruiser

    HI.
    Tried that one once. Really cool but it would occasionally cause an error. If there was an error in the middle of the file copy process you would have to restart Windows. It became troublesome. I hope they fixed the bugs. May try again.
    ~John

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  2. Foster D. Coburn III

    John,

    I copied a pretty good size batch of files and everything worked perfectly. Of course the error you describe sounds like something pretty random. I’ll keep my eye for it. As of now, it has been flawless for me.

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  3. vikas khandola

    use robocopy

    Reply

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