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i test to copy windows 7.iso from drive D:\ to drive C:\ using windows default copy paste

it takes 1 minutes and 30 seconds

after installing teracopy pro

at the same procedure from drive D:\ to drive C:\

it take only 50 seconds

it can copy the file extremely fast tested to my self cos

this is the first time i use third party software like these!

i just share :P

one more test here

i copy multiple popcop games from d:\games to c:\

extreme copy : elapsed time = 4minutes and 5 seconds

windows explorer : elapsed time = 3minutes and 5 seconds

teracopy : elapsed time = 2minutes and 38 seconds

but in extreme copy website they show using youtube that they are faster than teracopy

well i test it on my own copy with large , small , suspious file , different file types

the winner is teracopy :D

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Yup, lot of us, if not most, prefer TeraCopy over Window's build-in. :)

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Yup, lot of us, if not most, prefer TeraCopy over Window's build-in. :)

haha tnx! i starting to love teracopy now

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I use TeraCopy for about 2-3 years now and I'll never go back to windows default copy routine...

It's one the first 5 things I'll install on a fresh installation of windows...

The "pause-resume" and "verify" features are what I like the most...

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Hey, But when I tried Extreme copy was the winner! :unsure:

In some cases Teracopy wins over extremecopy but in other occations Exteme copy wins.

I am using Extemecopy in my PC and Teracopy in Laptop

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Yes, I also use TeraCopy for years and really happy with it. :)

Great program. :)

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For me FastCopy is always the fastest! :P

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All that won't be necessary on Windows 8 ;) (Unless you need special features.)

I really hope that on the final release of Windows 8, nothing won't beat (in term of speed) the internal built-in file manager.

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It's not good.after copy with built in windows copy and paste procedure and before copy and paste with tera copy restart your computer and then copy and paste with tera copy and see the results.please report. :)

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For me FastCopy is always the fastest! :P

+1 for FastCopy

Its the only copier that hasnt EVER crashed during large or complex copy operations.

I used to use TeraCopy, (paid for it) but one day, copying 80Gb of data, TeraCopy failed and wrote damaged files on the destination.I retested it several times to several drives, same result, Wrote the author, who ignored me (has a habit of doing that once he has your money)

I abandoned it for FREE FastCopy http://ipmsg.org/tools/fastcopy.html.en

And have never looked back

I would never trust any data i cared about with TeraCopy, but have no hesitation with FastCopy, which has WAY more options as well

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For me FastCopy is always the fastest! :P

+1 for FastCopy

Its the only copier that hasnt EVER crashed during large or complex copy operations.

I used to use TeraCopy, (paid for it) but one day, copying 80Gb of data, TeraCopy failed and wrote damaged files on the destination.I retested it several times to several drives, same result, Wrote the author, who ignored me (has a habit of doing that once he has your money)

I abandoned it for FREE FastCopy http://ipmsg.org/too...astcopy.html.en

And have never looked back

I would never trust any data i cared about with TeraCopy, but have no hesitation with FastCopy, which has WAY more options as well

I don't have the greatest of the memory but I believe something like this has been fixed by TeraCopy in past.

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