One thing that annoys me a lot about Windows is the incredible amount of time the computer takes to move or copy files from one location to another. Fortunately I can now use a tool that fixes this issue.
TeraCopy Portable enables you to copy and/or move files within Windows in a much faster way – an improvement you'll be especially grateful for when dealing with several gigabytes of data. Plus, it doesn't require installation, which means you can store it in a USB memory device and use it on any computer.
TeraCopy Portable couldn't be easier to use: launch the program, and then drag and drop the files you want to copy or move onto the program's window. The interface may not seem that intuitive at first sight, as it takes a while to find the basic menus and options in TeraCopy Portable's interface. But this is just a minor issue that doesn't affect the program's incredible efficiency in copying and moving files.
TeraCopy Portable copies and moves large quantities of files much faster than the standard Windows file manager.
No installation required
Really fast in copying and moving files
Not so intuitive interface
Not embedded with Windows Explorer
The application appears quickly, but then leaves you wondering what to do next. I dragged files onto it, but couldn't work out how to to set the destination folder. When accidentally adding the wrong files to the queue, the only option was to delete the files from disk not to remove them from the queue.
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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