Moving and copying files is generally so straightforward we don’t even give it further thought: simply select the required files and copy or drag to your desired location. However, sometimes simple problems such as a file being in use can interfere with the copying process. This could cause the file not to be copied correctly, and if you are copying multiple files this can cause confusion. Using an application to replace the Windows Explorer copy command could help, or maybe an application that offered notification of any problems during copying would be handy.
TeraCopy 2.0 replaces the Windows copy command; it will enable you to pause and resume transfers, and will vary the way files are copied depending on its size. Another useful feature is that TeraCopy will inform the user of any problems during the transfer process.
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