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SuperCopier 2.2 (beta) Development Test 1

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SuperCopier 2.2 (beta) Development Test 1

Application: SuperCopier2
Licence: Open Source
Category: Utilities
Description: SuperCopier 2 replaces the Windows explorer file copy and adds many features and enhancements:

  • Transfer resuming
  • Copy speed control
  • No bugs if You copy more than 2GB at once
  • Copy speed computation
  • Better copy progress display
  • A little faster
  • Copy list editable while copying
  • Error log
  • Copy list saving/loading

The Developers' website still advises that: "Despite the number of corrected bugs, it's still a Beta because of the copy interception system rewrite."

Download SuperCopier2Portable 1.2 beta Development Test 1 [ 834KB download / 904Kb installed]
(MD5: 991b7cdb0965c30bc5f52786a555b2ab)

Release Notes:

Development Test 1 (2011-03-05): Initial release

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Thank you!

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Excellent

Thanks a bunch, I appreciate it.

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m0d
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Any future updates?

Will there be any updates?

Latest version is supercopier 4.0.1.12
There also seems to be an ultracopier, seems to be the same devs.

http://ultracopier.first-world.info/

https://github.com/alphaonex86/Ultracopier
http://sourceforge.net/projects/supercopier/

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Interest?

I'd wager there's not much interest anymore. Modern versions of Windows don't suffer from the bugs mentioned and include copy speed details rendering these utilities far less useful. In the age of XP (discontinued in 58 days) these utilities had a bigger place. I used to use one myself. These days, I can't think of a reason to use one on my Windows 7 machine.

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