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Supercharge file copying with TeraCopy

TeraCopyFile copying between computers or even folders on a local system can sometimes be a bit of a pain. File sizes seem to be getting bigger, and the number of files we want to be moving around seems to be growing as well.

One way to manage your file copies and moves is to install a tight little utility called TeraCopy. When installed, TeraCopy integrates into Windows Explorer and by default handles all file copies and moves, however this can be changed via the Menu button.

TeraCopy also offers a context-menu option when right-clicking on a file or group of files that you'd like to move or copy. Choosing the Teracopy context menu option brings the file into the TeraCopy interface, showing the complete path to the file(s) you are working with. You then have the option of pressing the Copy or Move button, choosing a destination and letting 'er rip.

Since one of TeraCopy's claims to fame includes the ability to retry copying a troublesome file a number of times, there is also a Test button in the interface that allows you to test your files to ensure they are complete and healthy.

TeraCopy is a free (for home use) Windows download. A Pro version is also available for $19.95 which offers the abilities to select files with the same extension/same folder, remove selected files from the copy queue, and get free updates and priority support.

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