4 stars

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Win (All)
portable Portable

copy, move and delete files faster FastCopy provides a faster way to copy, move or delete large numbers of files. It automatically selects an optimized method depending on whether the Source and Destination directory are on the same or different hard drives, and performs read/write operations without using the O/S cache. In addition to simple copy and delete operations, the program also supports advanced methods that allow you to synchronize files based on their date and size. Other features include customizable buffer size, preview of file actions, adjustable speed control, command-line support, file verification and advanced file filtering. FastCopy supports Unicode and long file names. Standalone software, installation is optional. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher H. Shirouzu Price Free
Version 3.61  history Last updated Nov 08, 2018
File Size 902 Kb Requirements None

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Latest user reviews:

Fastest copying software 3 stars by shubh220795414 Jun 06, 2017
The fastest copying software is GS RichCopy 360. My friends using it with great enthusiasm both in the office and at home. It copies NTFS Windows permissions, attributes, and date and time stamps.It also supports Long Path Names.Try it, its the best I have seen so far. show Review details
Simplify and probably end your problems 5 stars by janekate010364 Aug 09, 2016
Use Long Path Tool, Long Path Tool can simplify and probably end your problems in unlocking, managing and renaming files that appear to have a long filename. show Review details
Very fast, bypasses problem files 4 stars by Harlan Mar 15, 2016 (Read all my 60 reviews)
This is a great program. It is very fast on Win 7 Pro and Win 10 Pro. My favorite feature is its ability to automatically skip files with problems (locked, corrupted or moved during the copy process) and continue with the operation without requiring operator intervention. Log files are nice to have to verify that the operation occurred as expected. One complaint is that the detailed help file is disorganized and sometimes cryptic, requiring a bit of Talmudic study to decide what parameters to use. A second complaint is that the interface is not well-thought out. TeraCopy, a program which is inferior to this one in most ways, has a better interface both for creating the task and watching its progress. show Review details
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