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TeraCopy Pro

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Platforms: Windows 2000, Me, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 - both 32 and 64 bit
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When you have to wait for your computer to finish a job -- especially when you spend what feels like hours staring at a progress bar, it's easy to lose focus. Especially when you're trying to focus on work.

Fortunately, TeraCopy Pro copies, moves, and stores files much, much faster than you can log on to the internet, get in a bidding war, download a game, and ultimately find yourself wondering what happened to your afternoon.

TeraCopy Pro works seamlessly with Windows Explorer, calculating source and target files to maximize your computer's efficiency. TeraCopy Pro helps you keep a clean and secure system by automatically skipping any bad files discovered during a transfer.

And no more hours lost to a botched batch transfer accidentally aborted by an errant keystroke or cancelled by a hibernating computer.TeraCopy Pro can start, stop, and pick up where you left off with a single click.

TeraCopy Pro copies files faster so you can work faster. And who doesn't want to work faster?

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Hina User wonderful sharing TeraCopy Pro v3.0 Alpha 2
Nov 6 at 1:19am Copy Link
Jipy User I use the v2.3 (free) for a long time and want to update to the pro version
but I want to keep my version until the v3.0 has the fonction " file list" implemented. Is it possible to get only the licence code from BitduJour?
Will it be available for my version?
Nov 18 at 6:50pm Copy Link
Oleg Smirnov Yes, you'll get the license code for all past and future versions.
Code Sector - Nov 19 at 7:09pm Copy Link
Cooler Free v2.3 has been and still is good enough for me. When Windows memory managment has yet another bad day and stalls copying via Explorer, TeraCopy allows me handle copy job way, way faster.
Nov 20 at 1:06am Copy Link
Barnet Just Purchased and installed: Selected LAUNCH get Error: Unable to execute file, CreateProcess failed; code 5. Access is denied. Windows 8.1. It seems the program is running, just cannot open to enter key etc. (TeraCopy 2.3)
Nov 20 at 4:11am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Barnet, I've just contacted the vendor as he will be able to better help with the issue you mention.
BitsDuJour Admin - Friday at 5:05am Copy Link
Roger Rines Will it allow a list of files copied often to be saved and then executed automatically each day?
Friday at 7:58am Copy Link
Barnet I have a right click context menu but I am unable to get TeraCopy to copy, as I cannot open the program, have no idea how to schedule a copy.
Friday at 11:44am Copy Link
Oleg Smirnov @Roger, currently it can be done using a command line and Task Scheduler. Version 3 will allow to automate it more easily.
Code Sector - Friday at 5:05pm Copy Link
Oleg Smirnov @Barnet, It's look like TeraCopy being blocked by antivirus or anti-malware software.
Code Sector - Friday at 5:06pm Copy Link
Jipy User Oleg : thanks for your fast answer.. and for your work
Friday at 5:31pm Copy Link
Harlan Bruce I have used the free version for the last couple years and the paid version since it was offered back in February. Teracopy has been a lifesaver for copy intensive work that sometimes includes a corrupt file that would other jam up Windows Explorer. The compare feature is an added bonus.
Saturday at 12:10am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Code Sector has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Saturday at 12:11am Copy Link
John User When directories & files are copied to a different hard drive does this program have an option to keep the same "created" & "modified" date for both? I don't find this option on older versions.
The only programs I have found that do this are Total Commander (huge modification to Windows explorer & expensive for several computers) & Fast Copy which has some limitations. .
Saturday at 6:01am Copy Link
David Brumley I have completed purchase using PayPal through BitsDuJour and received a receipt from them, but I do not see any license code to unlock my software. Is it send to me in another email? All I have received is the receipt from BitsDuJour and Paypal; I do not see a code in either email.
Saturday at 6:04am Copy Link
Caleb Koh Yeah, @ David,

It always appears in the Spam part. You have to check your 'Spam' and 'Trash' folders, especially if you use Gmail.

Mine (my Bitsdujour software receipts) always arrive in my Spam inbox.

Hope that helps. If not, contact BDJ, I'm sure they'll be happy to assist! :)
Saturday at 6:46am Copy Link
Christian User Same situation that David !!!
I do not see any license code ....
Saturday at 6:48am Copy Link
David Brumley Nope, I looked there first; nothing from either BitsDuJour or TeraCopy. I am using Yahoo email.
Saturday at 6:51am Copy Link
Christian User Caleb,
Nothing in my spam folder !!!
Saturday at 6:52am Copy Link
David Brumley I posted this issue on BitsDuJour's Facebook page and here as well. No response from BDJ yet. I will try the Contact link next.
Saturday at 6:55am Copy Link
Roger Rines A 'BDJ' email acknowledged my purchase. In their email are button links. First-link is a "Download" button for TeraCopy Pro 3.0 Alpha. Below that button is an area marked "Registration Information." The Registration area is a yellow-colored area that contains black characters. Those characters are the license code.

While I have a license code, I don't see how to access an interface that isn't for building a list of files to move. I'm now wondering, is the interface limited because it is an "Alpha" release?
Saturday at 8:18am Copy Link
David Brumley The email acknowledgement I received looks exactly like all the others I have gotten back from them after purchasing software, but there is no "Registration Section", thus no code area, or the yellow box with the code. I don't know what has happened, but it got left out. Several posts above my initial post are saying the same thing. I have sent a query to BDJ using the "Contact" link below, but I have not received a reply. Looks like no one's home. If I don't hear from them soon, I will have to cancel payment.
Saturday at 9:15am Copy Link
Christian User David, I am in the same situation !!!!
Saturday at 10:11am Copy Link
Constantin Florea I am sorry about the issue with the registration codes. We will send the codes shortly to all customers who experienced the issue.
BitsDuJour Admin - Saturday at 10:46am Copy Link
David Brumley Thank you Constantin, I just received the code and the issue is resolved.
Saturday at 11:16am Copy Link
Christian User Thanks Constantin !
Saturday at 11:25am Copy Link
Constantin Florea We have finished sending the missing codes. If you did not receive your code, please let us know at or by commenting here.
BitsDuJour Admin - Saturday at 12:14pm Copy Link
John User The big advantage is this is the only copy program I know that integrates itself into the Windows copy shell..
BUT most important for me copying folders/files to a different backup hard drive is keeping the "file created" & "file modified" dates of both. Does this program have the options for that?
Saturday at 1:00pm Copy Link
Slavena User Hi Constantin,
unfortunately, I also didn't receive the license code (registration code) for TeraCopy Pro. Could you please send it to me?

By the way, I've used the TeraCopy free version since some years and I like it very much.
Thank you Oleg for a great program!
Saturday at 1:09pm Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Slavena User, I have just sent you the email approximately 2.5 hours ago and I have just resent it again now. If you did not receive it, please let us know at another email address where we can send you the receipt email.
BitsDuJour Admin - Saturday at 3:30pm Copy Link
Oleg Smirnov TeraCopy 3 alpha 5 is just released:
Code Sector - Saturday at 6:58pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Code Sector has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Sunday at 12:11am Copy Link
Zach User I see the new version (3.0 alpha 5), requires an operating system (OS) of VISTA and newer. Why have you moved on from the older OSs that some of us still use?

Is it because of a technical barrier or you chose not to support older OSs because there's either no demand or just don't want to anymore because maybe resolving a problem with these older OSs are more problematic for you? Haha

I was on the verge of getting this, until I saw you needed VISTA or newer to use the new version(I do use a newer OS as well, but I don't really see much of an improvement over stock file handler on 7 or even 10). Tera Copy is definitely an improvement over stock 2k/XP file handler. I wonder if there exist a version for even older OSs like the 9x ones, including ME, not that I still use them?
Sunday at 12:11am Copy Link
Oleg Smirnov Any particular reason why you still using 14 years old system?

"After 12 years, support for Windows XP ended April 8, 2014. There will be no more security updates or technical support for the Windows XP operating system. It is very important that customers and partners migrate to a modern operating system such as Windows 8.1. Customers moving to a modern operating system will benefit from dramatically enhanced security, broad device choice for a mobile workforce, higher user productivity, and a lower total cost of ownership through improved management capabilities."
Code Sector - Sunday at 12:35am Copy Link
Zach User Uh, yes; compatibility with older hardware and software - such as programs that haven't been updated or have been abandoned for a while and thus no support for VISTA or newer OS(and some actually won't run in the newer systems - just throws an error even with right-clicking and setting compatibility mode to XP).

That and why change if it ain't broke?

Yes, XP(both 32-bit and 64-bit) support(minus POS Ready 2009), did indeed end on April the 8th, 2014 - but so long as you don't go on dodgy sites or do dodgy stuff - it should be fine; just like some people have survived without having an AV or any sort of virus/malware scanner(s) installed.

But since I'm more cautious and rather be pro-active than not, I do have AV and malware scanners at the ready so they should help prolong XP's security.
Sunday at 5:03am Copy Link
Oleg Smirnov Can you use a virtual machine just for these applications? What's your plan of actions for next 5-10 years?

Version 3 uses DirectDraw and some functions that aren't available in XP. Sorry, but we decided to make a better application for 95% of users.
Code Sector - Sunday at 6:35am Copy Link
Frank McGowan I've been using the free version of TC for some time, and only have one complaint. When copying several gigs of small files (30k or thereabouts... i.e MP3 files mostly) it often loses its way and just stops. It feels like it gets lost in its own buffers. It doesn't crash the machine or anything drastic, but just stops. I will get the pro version if this bug has been fixed... can you advise me please?
Sunday at 10:47am Copy Link
Robert Crombie This page says -
" Platforms: Windows 2000, Me, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 - both 32 and 64 bit"
Yet I see comments above indicating that v3 cannot handle XP ?
I will be using XP as my main PC for a few more years (easier networking, My VB6 IDE works best in XP, ETC)
I have v2.3 Pro.
I could not see any link or spot to purchase v3 at an upgrade price ?
Do you offer upgrade prices ?
PS If v3 does not work in XP, I will not be upgrading.
Sunday at 4:52pm Copy Link
Zach User @ Oleg Smirnov

I could, but it just doesn't feel the same(Doesn't give direct hardware access, only emulates as far as I know), + you still can't run v3.0 within the virtual system anyways as it requires VISTA or newer. You would only be able to run it on the host what happens when I want to use the new TeraCopy within the Virtual system for whatever reasons? I can't obviously....

As for the next 5 to 10 years, I'm sure my XP machine(s) will run fine(I've even heard that some people are still chugging along with their windows 98 machine on the internet! I've yet to hear anyone still running anything older than that that's also connected to the net) so long as I don't catch anything nasty on the way. If I no longer require its services(for whatever reasons), and or I do catch something nasty(like hardware failure or virus/malware) and if I can't fix it, then an upgrade would be fit with whatever new technology they have in 5 to 10 years time.

I see, so it is a technical barrier - that's unfortunate. Well if you can please fix the remaining bugs/glitches in v2.3(and one of them is what Frank McGowan has described that I've also encountered), that would make me and the other 5% of users who are still on XP(32-bit/64-bit) and 2k OSs happy. ?

@ Robert Crombie

Those requirements are probably for the older 2.3 version....luckily I clicked on trial to see what there was to test out and found out there was two versions, one that still supports 2k/XP users and the other VISTA and newer users.

There's no upgrade price, apparently you can still carry over your registration key from your 2.3 install to the newer 3.0 version. But you'll need to upgrade your XP system to VISTA or newer to use that new version... So if you already have it, you don't need to buy it again(unless Code Sector changes this), just need to upgrade to VISTA or newer to use the newer version.
Sunday at 10:03pm Copy Link
Robert Crombie BitsDuJour,
It may help potential buyers to know what version they/you are selling.
Up until 15 minutes ago, I would have said version 3.
But after 15 minutes of study of this page, and the author's site, I reckon you are selling Version 2.3
If I am correct then you should clarify that.
If there are other elderly members considering purchasing, they may already have a purchased copy of version 2.3. Thus no need to purchase again.
Monday at 1:14am Copy Link
Sayed User did the 50% off sale expired? I see price is 19.95
Yesterday at 7:28am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Sayed User, Yes, it ended several days ago.
BitsDuJour Admin - Yesterday at 7:30am Copy Link
Sayed User too bad ... I guess I will have to wait for next one :(
Yesterday at 8:09am Copy Link

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