FastCopy will copy or delete information on your computer. It can copy or delete files with Unicode pathnames or pathnames exceeding MAX_PATH. Include or exclude filter can be specified.program is simple to execute because there is no setup kit. You can just run the executable file with a double-click, and that is it. The Windows Registry does not show any record of this program after you use it. You can copy the program to any storage device, such as a USB flash drive, and take it with you.
FastCopy is a program that promises to give users unprecedented control over copying and transferring files. Users whose computers habitually tie up trying to transfer files may rejoice, while others will give it nothing more than a shrug.
It has a clean interface, but it takes some getting used to. There are a lot of options to choose from, so you need to study what they are.
Options for Moving and Copying Files
To use the program immediately, choose the source folder for it and then just use it from there. You have additional options that you can use, like copying files that have varying sizes or dates.
Check Information on a Recent Task
As the copying process takes place, you’ll receive details about it from the program. Some of these details include the transfer rate, total time left, and file rate. This gives you a way to watch its performance.
Compared to the Windows standard “copy” function, this tool did a much better job of reducing the timeframe by a couple of seconds. Pay attention to which file transfer method you choose because some information might get lost.
For instance, if you move or copy files to a destination directory that already has files in it with the same names, then they’ll be overwritten by the newly copied files.
Reliable and Efficient Tool for Managing Files
Unlike other copying software such as SSuite Copy Master, FastCopy comes with a shell extension that lets you use it from Explorer. However, the program does not enable it by default, so you have to install it on the Windows’ shell to turn it on. But, once done, you can run it by choosing the program in your right-click options. Just select the files you need to copy, launch the FastCopy interface, choose the destination folder, and click the Execute button. From there, the program will handle the copying for you.
This freeware program has an incredibly basic display that is practically one step removed from binary code. With simple descriptions and options, users select a file they want to have copied as well as its destination. From there, a wealth of choices are bundled into the crowded screen. The speed of copy is adjustable you can include and exclude filters. There are options for ACL and Altstream also. It is almost necessary to know what these choices are in order to get the full effect of the program. While FastCopy has a Help menu, it is laden with jargon that may not be instantly understandable for new users. Our test files copied to the chosen destination quickly and efficiently, ending with a description of the transfer, tallying MBs, time spent, file totals, and the rate at which files copied.
While the program operated as promised, we didn’t see a great need for it on most computers. Users who use the traditional CTRL+C macro to copy files are probably not going to get a lot out of FastCopy. However, if you copy enormous files that tend to get sluggish and cripple computer performance, this download could be the solution you have been seeking.
Traditional computer users won’t probably see a great need for this program since there is the basic CTRL+C macro that would still do the job. However, if you are constantly copying and transferring large files, FastCopy will save you from sluggish and cripple computer performance. Once you have mastered all its basic functions, this program will cut your copying time.