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A Better Way to Copy Files

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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 - 32 and 64 bit
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Have you ever tried to copy and paste a bunch of files that were in different folders? It can get a bit confusing! You have open windows plastered all over your desktop, and you're copying stuff here, then dropping it off, then copying stuff from somewhere else, then dropping it off -- not only is this time-consuming, it's extremely prone to error!

Copywhiz is a great little utility that will add some sunshine to your file copy experience in Windows. With Copywhiz, you'll be able to pick files from different folder locations, then paste them all together, plus enjoy the benefit of filtering which files to copy!

I mentioned filtering -- that's the heart of Copywhiz! You can choose to copy only new and modified files, or copy files based on a specific file name or extension. And instead of copying things one at a time from different locations, Copywhiz lets you collect files from different folders and paste them all together. Plus, Copywhiz is always watching out for you, so if there's a duplicate file, you'll always have the opportunity to review it and either overwrite or rename. A full list of files is always displayed for your review to ensure that you haven't missed anything!

Have you ever tried a bulk copy operation, only to see the whole job abort because there was an error with a single file? With Copywhiz, this will never happen to you! You will always have the chance to retry or skip a file without affecting the entire copy job!

Lastly, if you ever find yourself copying the same files over and over as part of your workflow, you'll be pleased to know that Copywhiz enables you to save that list of files and reuse it again and again!

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Loco78 * When the program is the promotion? I ask for a little more accurate date.
May 11 2014 at 2:28am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Loco78 - We do not reveal the dates of our promotions. However we do have an Upcoming Discounts deal section here:
in which we present the deals which will be featured in the next 3 days.
BitsDuJour Admin - May 11 2014 at 2:54am Copy Link
Loco78 * Ok - And so every day I follow the site and the programs that appear in promotions.
Thanks and best regards
May 11 2014 at 3:00am Copy Link
Gautam Jain -
Welcome everyone :)

This deal appear shortly. As usual, you can also purchase Notezilla & RecentX at 33% off when you purchase Copywhiz. The shopping cart will allow you to do this.

Know more about our products:

Ask any questions. All the best.
Conceptworld Corporation - May 19 2014 at 11:31pm Copy Link
Gary Mugford I'm not sure what limitations the program has in Trial mode, but I did give it a try and am satisified with it's performance in copying mode. I rarely (if ever) have need for it's more extended copying features. But I like what it does in straight copying and moving. But it takes too many steps.

I do a LOT of dragging and copying with FastCopy being the current mass copier of choice. It's available through drag and drop's right-click menu. CopyWhiz does not appear. Is THAT a Trial limitation or is CopyWhiz always a location-click-destination-click-RightClick utility only?
May 20 2014 at 6:46am Copy Link
Gautam Jain -
Hello Gary,

The trial version is exactly same as the paid version. There are not limitations.

If you choose "Run Copywhiz" option from the menu, you will be able to drag & drop items to be copied and also drag & drop folders to which the items need to be copied. This method does not require lot of steps.
Conceptworld Corporation - May 20 2014 at 6:52am Copy Link
Gary Mugford Thank you for your response. I immediately found the Run CopyWhiz menu choice and the all-encompassing dialog that results. Unfortunately, it's just added layers to accommodate complicated requests. I have a lot of short-cut destination links in my xplorer2 file manager. Right-drag, drop and choose copy or move (fastcopy). End of work. CopyWhiz makes that operation more complicated.

And there the trial ends. I might end up buying CopyWhiz thru this offer. I've got some more thinking to do. It certainly handles those rare situations with aplomb. The time it saves when they come up, comes awfully close to the valuation. And the utility takes up only one line of the system menu, a somewhat untamed monster that grows with each utility added. However, the multi-click process, however streamlined with it's extra dialogs, simply does not make this a replacement for FastCopy (and TeraCopy, for that matter).

But it IS obvious that this is a nice piece of coding. You might hear from me later today.
May 20 2014 at 7:11am Copy Link
Gautam Jain -
For a simple copy/paste one can use Windows copy or TeraCopy or FastCopy.

But Copywhiz fills different set of requirements. It complements the above utilities.
Conceptworld Corporation - May 20 2014 at 7:17am Copy Link
Heidi-Ann Kennedy Awesome deal Gautam, and looking forward to purchasing. Although now you have an issue. . . this would make me the owner of all your products, and nothing left to buy. ~smiles~

BTW: Thanks for your past help when I needed some explaining of usage with Recent X.
May 20 2014 at 10:54am Copy Link
Gautam Jain -
Ha! Ha! Thanks @Heidi-Ann
Conceptworld Corporation - May 20 2014 at 9:29pm Copy Link
Gautam Jain -
Also, there are short interesting tutorial videos to get an insight into Copywhiz: http://www.conceptworld.c...hiz/Videos
Conceptworld Corporation - May 21 2014 at 3:24am Copy Link
Loco78 * Do Copywhiz can be installed on a USB or only in your computer?
May 21 2014 at 9:03am Copy Link
Gautam Jain @Loco78

As of now we don't have a portable version of Copywhiz. We plan to make one in the near future.
Conceptworld Corporation - May 21 2014 at 1:41pm Copy Link
Heidi-Ann Kennedy Grabbed my copy, and thanks again Gautam for the discount here.
May 21 2014 at 2:53pm Copy Link
Gautam Jain -
Thanks @Heidi-Ann
Conceptworld Corporation - May 21 2014 at 10:35pm Copy Link

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