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Author Topic: Best way to copy big files... QUICK, EASY & SECURE  (Read 3170 times)

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Duar97

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Best way to copy big files... QUICK, EASY & SECURE
« on: 20. July 2011., 11:23:19 »
The best program to copy big files at high speed is:

TeraCopy!!!!

CNET Description:
TeraCopy from Code Sector is a free file-copying utility that offers more speed and security than Windows. It's a compact tool that can quickly copy or move single files or batches of files to any directory you select, but it does much more, such as automatically calculating CRC checksum values to speed up the validation process. It also skips bad files during the copying process, displaying them at the end of transfers so you can see just which ones need replacing or other attention.

TeraCopy Download : http://download.cnet.com/TeraCopy/3000-2248_4-10671835.html?tag=mncol;1#ixzz1SdhqVt8e

TeraCopy Portable Download : http://download.cnet.com/3001-2248_4-75322017.html?spi=3730026af850200cdebe3ffbaa0eb4c8

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Best way to copy big files... QUICK, EASY & SECURE
« on: 20. July 2011., 11:23:19 »




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Thanks for suggestion Duar.  :up:

I'll test this App for sure...

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Re: Best way to copy big files... QUICK, EASY & SECURE
« Reply #2 on: 09. October 2011., 09:32:33 »
For the other members that saw this post.
Please review it and post your opinion.

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Re: Best way to copy big files... QUICK, EASY & SECURE
« Reply #3 on: 16. November 2011., 18:20:26 »
Nice job

i´ll try at home..

thanx buddy

 

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