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Copy/Delete Files Faster

| Thursday, October 9, 2008 |

I was fed up with the slow transfer rates even when I copied files from one partition to another on my hard-disk. Then my friend Jay suggested TeraCopy which does the same work faster. Later on I came across two more similar utilities called BurstCopy and FastCopy.

1. TeraCopy

TeraCopy is a free utility designed to copy/move files faster and more secure. TeraCopy can resume broken file transfers. TeraCopy skips bad files during copy and even shows the skipped files at the end of files transfer. Calculates files CRC checksum on the fly to speed up source and target files comparison. Seamless integration with Windows Explorer allows you to keep working with files as usual.

Version 1.1 adds the ability to create a copy of a folder by copying and pasting at the same location and a few minor bugfixes.

2. BurstCopy

BurstCopy gives you faster file transfer speeds in Windows. It gives the ability to Pause/Resume file transfers. It comes with 12 different languages and skin support.

BurstCopy comes as a shareware version, to use it fully you must register the software.



3. FastCopy

FastCopy is a free utility which can copy or delete files faster. FastCopy claims to be fastest file copy/delete utility available for Windows. The best feature of FastCopy is that its available in portable version as well, so that you can even use this utility even from USB Drives. This utility can also run from command line using the arguments provided.



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3 comments:

myariff said...

thanks bro... nice post... i've using teracopy once ago and i admitted, it is the best 'copier'. Ha3... Well, now i'm giving myself a chance to use Fastcopy. Maybe I will like it. Thanks for the download link.

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Vaibhavi said...

Hi all,

I am working for a software integrator company. My projects includes working on Java and Ruby on Rails and Ajax. I think Web Services is really cool. We also recently have to now work on REST and they are talking about mashups and Struts. Can anyone tell me if there are some good training or conferences so that me and my team members can get to speed with these technologies. Learning from books is not my cup of tea, even not when I was doing engineering ;)

All the help that group members can provide in this regard is much appreciated.

Thanks,
Vaibhavi

anaz said...

Hi Vaibhavi,

There are several online resources available that you just google for. If any of your team like to read then quality books from wiley and oreilly cover such technologies in detail.

I also highly recommend you could attend the upcoming Great Indian Developer Summit (developersummit dot com) that is covering Java, Agile, REST, JAX-RS, mashups, .NET, Rich Web, JPA, SOA, rich user experiences, Spring, Groovy and more. They have most of the creators of these technologies as speakers. My team is attending this summit 22-25 apr at IISc campus where we are attending the web conference on April 23 and java on April 24. We have been able to get very good discounts. Maybe all those who are interested from your group can sign up together and get a good bargain from them. what say? I also attended last year's conference and had a really cool time.

In Hyderabad there is Sun Tech Days with some sun speakers.

Thanks,
Anaz

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