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TeraCopy Pro for PC

Copy Files Faster

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TeraCopy Pro

Copy Files Faster

$19.95
for PC 
Platforms: Windows 2000, Me, XP, Vista (32 and 64 bit), 7 (32 and 64 bit) Download Trial
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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 Andrew Dick
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SoftCollector I bought this on bitsdujour in 2011 and for the two years that followed there have been other promotions of the title here as well, but no noticeable software development. I have to ask: does the producer of TeraCopy intend to put time into developing it further, releasing new versions, etc., or is he/she just going to sell the old version?
Dec 4 2013 at 1:22am Copy Link
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g harris Agreed w/ SoftCollector - I love TeraCopy & want to support further dev w/ a couple purchases for friends, but are we still at 2.27/2.3 beta 2 ?

and has the 64-bit version been fixed for its "bug" of seeming to stall/hang near 100 % completion ? -- or is that the progress bar is just "lying",

and would make for happier users if it crept along more slowly --
no one likes the progress bar deception-dashed expectations thingy.

Otherwise, again, TeraCopy is the 1st part of kit that I install after the OS itself - ESSENTIAL ! and best of luck to the devs ~
Dec 4 2013 at 4:07am Copy Link
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P C As per my experience, 2.3 beta 2 is far more stable than 2.27. However, it seems the development has been paused since Dec 2012. Really love to see some major progress before pushing the button.
Dec 5 2013 at 4:50am Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov I'm fixing minor bugs right now and will release the final version on Saturday. I've moved to Australia, developed a new Android app and finished my first year in UTS, so did't have much time for TeraCopy. Expect the new version around February.
Code Sector - Dec 5 2013 at 5:28am Copy Link
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Chris Dino I dont see much use of it now, as copying and transferring using Directory Opus is much faster and has almost all features of it and new windows transfer is much better where we can pause it and resume.
Dec 5 2013 at 5:36am Copy Link
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Overtkill Good point Chris. I too use DO and was wondering the same thing.

Is this version of TeraCopy from the original developer I've heard about for over 10 years? Since the beta is still around, I am skeptical.

This might be useful for VMWare or virtualized sessions...
Dec 5 2013 at 8:58am Copy Link
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Matt Hi. On the TeraCopy (codesector) website it says:

TeraCopy Pro - "More features coming soon!"

Can you tell us what the new features are?

Thank you.
Dec 5 2013 at 12:37pm Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov Will work next year on implementing network file transfer between PCs, Macs and Android devices. See our blog for recent features.

TeraCopy 2.3 just released:
http://codesector.com/files/teracopy.exe
Code Sector - Dec 6 2013 at 9:33pm Copy Link
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SoftCollector 1. Thank you, Oleg for releasing a new version of the product!
2. Also, thank you for a more relaxed license policy allowing users to install the product on all their computers.
3. The way I understand the fine print – a single user does not need a second license – is that correct?
4. As a DO user I would like to see some kind of automated integration in DO, if possible.
5. Also, support of copy/move operations to Android devices should be a priority at this point.

Best Regards,
SC
Dec 7 2013 at 12:23am Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov Yes, the same thing if several people using a single computer. All future updates are free.
Code Sector - Dec 7 2013 at 1:29am Copy Link
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Heidi-Ann Kennedy Hi Oleg,
First let me thank you for this program and "Direct Folders."
Been a satisfied customer for a long time now.

Yet I'm confused a bit Oleg on two matters.
1. you say your working on network transferring. . . I've always used it over our LAN network to transfer files. (all versions worked)

2. I recently updated PC to Win 8.1. 64 bit.8 core. It has no issues, yet not listed as supported.

Using 2.3 2 beta.

Anyhow great program,
Sincerely,
Heidi-Ann Kennedy
Scientific Frontline
Dec 7 2013 at 5:52am Copy Link
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Matei M. TeraCopy Pro .... I want a free license, for educational purposes, it can get :)
Dec 7 2013 at 6:36am Copy Link
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Vivek Krishnan How does this app compare to BurstCopy in its current state?
Dec 7 2013 at 6:44am Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov Heidi-Ann,

1. It will be direct TCP or UDP transfer like in local network messengers, without using shared folders. This way CRC checking can be done much faster on a receiving end.

2. Thanks, added 8.1 to the list. There is not much difference from Windows 8. Where are file tags by the way, MS promised them since 2003? Use them a lot in OSX Mavericks.
Code Sector - Dec 7 2013 at 9:58am Copy Link
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Tortuga @Oleg
I looked, but can't find the portable version of 2.3
Is it already available or will it be available soon?

Where would the changelog page be? Can't seem to find it either
Must be blind today!
Peace
Dec 7 2013 at 10:33am Copy Link
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Donald Hellen You mentioned that all future updates are free. Does that cover version upgrades as well? I just bought the program using today's special deal here to support your development of the program. I've used the free version for a while and like it.

As for the progress bar, I agree with the previous comments that you can't trust the progress bar. That said, I don't know that you can trust ANY program's progress bar. Is this because these progress bars (usually for files copied) are counting the number of files copied instead of the total file sizes combined in the progress bar? If that's the case, is it easy, or even possible, to make them more accurate?

Thanks!!!

Donald
Dec 7 2013 at 10:37am Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov @Tortuga
Portable version is inside the same installer. Actually you can just copy TeraCopy folder on a flash drive and create an empty file 'Portable' inside.

Just check our blog, not new features in this version, just some bug fixes.

@Donald
TC shows progress bars based on total file sizes read and written. Usually it's fairly accurate. Stalling at the end can be due to removing empty folders or flushing OS cache (if used). Check a log window at the bottom for a possible reason.

About updates: you pay once and never pay again.
Code Sector - Dec 7 2013 at 11:25am Copy Link
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bvssunnydale Hi, can this be run from the command line? I'd like to set up bat files to handle my most common tasks. Thanks.
Dec 7 2013 at 11:54am Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov Yes, but no support for wildcards yet:
http://support.codesector...mmand-line
Code Sector - Dec 7 2013 at 12:16pm Copy Link
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DroidLuvr Reading back through the comments it seems some people that use DirOpus think that your program is still helpful for file copying, while others think that DirOpus handles them just as well...

I have DirOpus, but would like to increase file copy speed across my network to my NAS. Will TeraCopy benefit me speed-wise?

And... is there somewhere on your website that discusses how your program integrates with DirOpus?

TIA.
Dec 7 2013 at 1:53pm Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov Take a look at file 'Directory Opus.txt' in TeraCopy folder. This way you can add buttons to DirOpus for integrating TC.

It's better to test it yourself. Will work on increasing TC speed in future months since there are faster networks, SSD and USB 3.0 everywhere.
Code Sector - Dec 7 2013 at 2:12pm Copy Link
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Tortuga Many Thanks Oleg :)
In the meantime had installed v2.27 & realized it had both installs. Duh!
Also found the changelog pg

I have no immediate use for this app, but am probably going to buy to encourage further development. All these great Devs that don't add irritating & disruptive PUA/PUM/PUP to their freeware must be encouraged! Just my humble opinion
Peace
Dec 7 2013 at 2:37pm Copy Link
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DroidLuvr Thanks for the prompt answer, Oleg...

I am replacing my existing HDD with an SSD and need to transfer a lot of files. I've installed the trial version of TeraCopy, and IMHO it has a much faster rate of transfer than DOpus all by itself. Thanks for the tips on integrating the toolbar buttons -- the file made it super-easy!!

So, I've purchased TC and look forward to coming speed enhancements!
Dec 7 2013 at 5:16pm Copy Link
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Danny Not for Windows 8 ?
Dec 7 2013 at 10:33pm Copy Link
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Peter C1 G'day Oleg,

I have happily owned a Pro license(s) for a few years now and have one or two questions about the development of TeraCopy Pro.

Perhaps it is my computer but I have often found it takes anything from a few seconds to over one minute for the program to appear and begin the process that I had first initiated through context menu links.

With the slowness or time delay in mind - and I'm not sure if the following is at even possible, but:

1. Have you considered creating a TeraCopy Pro Service that would keep the TeraCopy engine always 'at the ready', just waiting for the User to command it and then it immediately springs to life and copies or moves files?

2. Have you considered offering other formats instead of CRC

3. Could you consider creating an official set of scripts and icons for integration with XYplorer file manager?

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By the way Oleg, welcome to OZ. We're a friendly enough melting pot and many would consider us to be the unofficial 51st state of the US of A (although we have much higher rates of pay and we have a reasonably tight control of firearms) and a lot of other benefits too, for example for most of the last 4 years our monetary exchange rates have been even better than America's.
Dec 7 2013 at 11:56pm Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! Code Sector has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 8 2013 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov @Danny
1. Windows 8.1 is supported, I just forgot to update details on this site.

2. Please also look for other reviews, because this one is from author of UltraCopier :)
Code Sector - Dec 8 2013 at 12:57am Copy Link
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Brad Perrault This is a great product I have been using it for years. It is quite actively being developed and improved incrementally ever since I bought the program over 4 years ago.
Dec 8 2013 at 1:09am Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov Peter, thanks! It's pity that I can't import my strikeball gun, but safety on the streets is more important :)

1. Yes, something is wrong, it should start in 1-2 seconds. You can try to put TeraCopy in Startup folder, not sure if it helps.

2. Yes, probably md5, many people asking for it.

3. I'll take a look at XYplorer and see what I can do.
Code Sector - Dec 8 2013 at 1:17am Copy Link
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Bertie Brummel After reading the first comments a few days back I intended to pass this offer.
But a responsive developer like Oleg deserves support! On the way to join the swarm now.
Dec 8 2013 at 4:43am Copy Link
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Matt Hi Oleg.

Thank you for answering my earlier question. I just purchased TeraCopy. It's a really nice program.

XYplorer seems to be a very big seller here on BDJ.

As Peter requests, I believe many others, including myself think that XYplorer integration would be great!

Thanks again.
Dec 8 2013 at 5:21am Copy Link
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P C Is the CRC test reliable? That is to say, can I assume the copied file to be 100% the same as the original source (with no exception) as long as it passes the CRC test?
Dec 8 2013 at 5:26am Copy Link
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Danny @Oleg Smirnov,

You are right! This review from UltraCopier is simply one sided! Have just purchased, that it has a Dutch interface!
Dec 8 2013 at 6:14am Copy Link
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Paul Young Just purchased. Where's the activation code?
Dec 8 2013 at 7:39am Copy Link
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DrTeeth @ Bertie Brummel
"After reading the first comments a few days back I intended to pass this offer.
But a responsive developer like Oleg deserves support! On the way to join the swarm now".

Me too, but that is usually the kiss of death for not often updated programs
Dec 8 2013 at 8:11am Copy Link
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H. H. As a longterm user of tera copy pro I´dö really recommend buying - and supporting the developer of this useful and time-saving utility. With the userfriendly policy (licensed per user, all pcs, no online actvation, no hardware footprint) I´d consider it as a no-brainer. I´ve tried several other copy-tools, but still didn´t find another one doing a better job. There have been periods of times with slow development and lack of support, but nevertheless I didn´t find an alternat6ive. and still would recommend tera copy pro
H.H.
Dec 8 2013 at 9:32am Copy Link
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SamT @Oleg Smirnov "I'll take a look at XYplorer and see what I can do"

I'd appreciate this a lot, cause using the user script function for teracopy in xyplorer is possible but not as easy as drag and drop from one tab to another would be.

By the way I could not wait for the offer to come so I already purchased some weeks ago without discount, which I do not regret by any means. I am glad that you keep on updating the product. Thank you!
Dec 8 2013 at 10:21am Copy Link
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garrett james Tried it against windows explorer, xyplorer, x2plorer and certainly TeraCopy is not faster...slower in some cases...

HOWEVER...it seems to be exceedingly smart and robust. It is really GREAT for jobs with many folders, many files It seems to do a lot of its work up front, and easily and intuitively allows to tell it ahead of time to only update files which have been modified. It will skip files it can not deal with and revisit in the end..

SO BOTTOM LINE... I LOVE IT SINCE TERACOPY ALLOWS FOR BASICALLY UNATTENDED COPYING...much less babysitting or coming back after a couple of hours and finding your copying stopped 5 minutes into it. I am definintely picking up the pro copy... even better since it licensing is per user and not per machine. At roughly $3 per pc that i have, i saved that much in time and AGGRAVATION just testing out the Trial.
Dec 8 2013 at 3:28pm Copy Link
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P C @Oleg

As a support to the development, I just purchased TC! Looking forward to all the upcoming enhancements, cheers :)
Dec 8 2013 at 6:18pm Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov Paul, just sent the key again, please check spam folder as well.
Code Sector - Dec 8 2013 at 6:32pm Copy Link
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Tortuga Bought yesterday!
Hope our collective goodwill will encourage the Dev
Good luck, Oleg
Peace
Dec 8 2013 at 9:28pm Copy Link
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Software Babe I personally think that FastCopy Portable is much better and faster than this one and it's free, always. I have tested both out against one another and FastCopy actually copies/moves/deletes even if the files are locked.
Dec 8 2013 at 10:57pm Copy Link
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Harlan Bruce Oleg,
I just missed the opportunity to buy TeraCopy Pro (even with the extended day). When possible I like to support the development of new software. If you are still interested in selling at the reduced price, please let me know.

Thanks,
Harlan Bruce
Dec 9 2013 at 2:12am Copy Link
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Oleg Smirnov Sure, we'll be running new year sale at the end of December.
Code Sector - Dec 9 2013 at 2:17am Copy Link
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OryZ Also missed out, good to hear there will be another sale!
Dec 9 2013 at 5:05am Copy Link
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user123 Oleg, could you please tell anything about the last 10 comments in this thread:
http://goo.gl/WHKCkt
(discussion in Russian)

Any your considerations about TeraCopy bug with long filenames?
Dec 9 2013 at 10:14am Copy Link
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Peter C1 Hello again Oleg,

Sorry I couldn't get back to you any sooner.

I'm going to move from Vista SP2 to Windows 7 via a clean install (not an upgrade) SO I'll see how the Pro program runs when it is installed onto a relatively clean new computer.

As You mentioned importing in your reply, Did You know that OZ has pretty generous Personal importation allowance (for goods sent through the Postal systems) before you have to pay any duties or taxes.

http://www.customs.gov.au...ge5653.asp

Using the Customs dot gov dot au URL above scroll down the page and look for details on the following: "Goods with a declared or assessed value not exceeding A$1,000"
Dec 9 2013 at 2:17pm Copy Link
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