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Copier software you use?


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Copier Software you Use  

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  1. 1. Copier Software you Use

    • extreme copy
    • tera copy
    • windows default ( don't have 3rd party software)
    • other (please specify in the comment)


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visualbuffs

I notice that copying a file in windows 8 have a pause and resume feature

in windows 7 there's no feature like that...


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so i use 3rd party software which replace the windows copying feature

you guys! what are you using right now?

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calguyhunk

LOL! This is the first time I realized that you have 3rd party software for copying. I mean :wtf:

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the only time windows is somewhat efficient at copying something is when it is installing (itself) - after that, kaput :D

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LOL! This is the first time I realized that you have 3rd party software for copying. I mean :wtf:

Me too. :P

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Using Tera Copy, but only when copying massive amounts of data (Example, a 100GB music folder).

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I'm using TeraCopy for quite a while and I'm extremely satisfied with its experience.

Faster copying, pause/resume, group copying and checking hash ... Totally AWESOME.

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LOL! This is the first time I realized that you have 3rd party software for copying. I mean :wtf:

Me too. :P
He he, further up the food chain are the software for synchronizing, too. Those are far more sophisticated, too. :)
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TeraCopy works amazingly best here, extremely happy with it. :)
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LOL! This is the first time I realized that you have 3rd party software for copying. I mean :wtf:

Me too. :P
He he, further up the food chain are the software for synchronizing, too. Those are far more sophisticated, too. :)
That's something that i know ! Like SyncBack or Cobian Backup... ;)
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LOL! This is the first time I realized that you have 3rd party software for copying. I mean :wtf:

Me too. :P
He he, further up the food chain are the software for synchronizing, too. Those are far more sophisticated, too. :)
That's something that i know ! Like SyncBack or Cobian Backup... ;)
Bingo, GoodSync is another of those. These permit copying (additionally) on both sides, scheduling, etc., etc. ;)
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LOL! This is the first time I realized that you have 3rd party software for copying. I mean :wtf:

Me too. :P
He he, further up the food chain are the software for synchronizing, too. Those are far more sophisticated, too. :)
That's something that i know ! Like SyncBack or Cobian Backup... ;)
Bingo, GoodSync is another of those. These permit copying (additionally) on both sides, scheduling, etc., etc. ;)

More complicated.

:s

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I use TeraCopy. Don't see much of a difference with Windows's own copy software, but there is a slightly faster transfer speed. It might be psychological, but I think TearCopy is better... :)

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i use supercopier, even if the author don't update it.

i tried teracopy many times, but i always return to supercopier.

for me it seem to work better.

also, for automatic copying of important stuff, that i keep on multiple hardrive, i use goodsync...

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I'm using TeraCopy for quite a while and I'm extremely satisfied with its experience.

Faster copying, pause/resume, group copying and checking hash ... Totally AWESOME.

+1

Shell integrated btw, totally replacing the build-in one.

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Fast Copy and its really fast, indeed its fast !!!

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Milliseconds difference doesn't make sense for me to use a 3rd party program..

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I use TeraCopy, but sometimes it doesn't kick in when it should, and Windows defaults back to its own copier, which is slow and a pain in the ass!

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