The TeraCopy gives you a quick and efficient way to copy a file or files from one location to another with just a few clicks of the mouse. Regardless of what you need to transfer or why, this program has the tools to help you get it done.
Fast and efficient:
When you add files to this program and initiate the copy process, you won’t have to wait to get your results. The files are copied almost instantly, and you’ll soon see a readout of what was successfully copied and what was not.
If the app is unable to copy certain files in a batch for some reason, it will just skip them and copy all of the files it can. Once that process is complete, it will show you which files couldn’t be copied and why. This is a definite step up over some similar programs that will abort copying an entire batch if there are a few files that can’t be copied.
Not for beginners:
The interface and the Help file associated with this program are not very inviting to users without some experience. None of the features and buttons are explained clearly, and the Help document is mostly just descriptions with no context, so it would be tough for new users to get their bearings.
TeraCopy Pro v3.9.2 Final Crack can verify files after they have been copied to ensure that they are identical. This is done by comparing hashes of source and target files.
Supported algorithms: CRC32, MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-512, Panama, Tiger, RipeMD, Whirlpool and xxHash.
TeraCopy uses dynamically adjusted buffers to reduce seek times. Asynchronous copy speeds up file transfer between two physical hard drives. The processes can be paused or resumed.
In case of transfer errors, TeraCopy will try several times; after that, it skips the faulty file and proceeds with the rest of the operation. TeraCopy also shows failed file transfers and allows the user to fix the problem and recopy the problematic files. TeraCopy offers no explanation for skipped files; it simply reports them as “Skipped”. It may skip copying for numerous reasons that the user could correct if they were known, such as a too-long file name.
TeraCopy can replace Windows Explorer’s copy and move functions. The author asserts that it has full Unicode support.
In 2007, Ionut Ilascu from Softpedia.com commended the utility on its ability for its error recovery functionality and concluded “TeraCopy is a lot faster than Windows Explorer on XP is, but only with proper defragmentation. On Vista, it moves a tad slower even if defragmentation of the disk has been performed.”
In 2009 Jason Fitzpatrick from Lifehacker praised the usability by stating “It doesn’t overwhelm you with a plethora of settings or options” and also called it “just advanced enough.” Subsequently, Lifehacker visitors voted TeraCopy by a large margin as the best Windows file copier out of four other contestants.
In a 2010 review, CNET called it a “nifty piece of freeware” and recommended it for all Windows users.
TeraCopy Pro v3.9.2 Final Crack is an excellent option if you often need to copy or move files, especially in batches or when they’re coming from multiple source locations. It’s not great for novice users, but anyone with some experience will have no trouble finding their way around the interface, and it’s a completely free utility.