Supercopier is an advanced replacement for Windows Explorer’s file copy dialog that offers advanced features, including transfer resuming, copy speed control and improved progress display. Furthermore, Supercopier can save and load copy lists as well as handle errors or collisions effectively.
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Supercopier is an exceptional file transfer manager application with numerous powerful features that will enhance the efficiency of your workflow. From pausing and resuming transfers, controlling speed, prioritizing file relocations, showing better copy progress tracking, creating and editing lists of files to be transferred or copied as well as an error log, it provides more capabilities than the default Windows tool.
Copying and moving files are at the heart of its functionality; however, other operations include cloning drives, image scanning, creating VHD copies, deleting hard disk partitions, analyzing system performance to detect bad sectors, as well as many others. All operations can be initiated by simply dragging-and-dropping files in Windows Explorer or using its command line utility included with this software package. The interface is very user friendly allowing all operations to begin easily via drag-and-drop or using its dedicated command line utility.
The software comes in both 32 bit and 64 bit versions and works on any desktop or laptop PC running any version of Microsoft Windows (from XP up to the most recent release). Installation does not require much space; just several megabytes will do. And should anyone wish to uninstall it later on using their control panel’s Add/Remove Programs feature.
Contrary to similar tools, this program features an easy configuration panel that gives users access to all the key settings. From here you can set the default block size, choose an algorithm suited for specific types of transfers and define larger buffers; furthermore you can configure this program to notify of errors or collisions, set maximum retry counts etc.
Our tests showed that this program was very fast at copying or moving files, taking approximately 5’02 seconds on our test machine to copy, and 5’35 to move a typical operation – slightly lower figures than TeraCopy but still very impressive.
Supercopier fills this gap by acting as a replacement for Windows copy dialog, offering speed improvements over its counterpart and additional features like resuming transfer, controlling copy buffer and providing more detailed copy progress display.
You have two ways of using this program – either integrate it with Windows shell, or use as an independent application. When integrated, it will begin initiating automatically when copying or moving files through Windows shell – saving time from manually initiating it each time. Furthermore, you can set a hotkey or toolbar button on your keyboard or device for quick launching of this application.
Once activated, the program displays a copy queue which shows all files in the transfer process and allows you to cancel or skip them as part of its transfer process. Furthermore, you can modify a file’s priority by moving it up or down in its copy queue; this ensures that important files take priority over other less critical ones in its copy queue. In addition to advanced error handling and logging capabilities, this program also supports advanced error logging mechanisms.
Another useful feature of this program is the ability to save and load copy lists. This can come in handy when you need to resume or restart a copy operation or edit an already queued list.
Additionally, you can customize the default copy buffer size and set a delay between files copied – both features that can help reduce transfer speeds while preventing data loss. Furthermore, this program is capable of handling duplicated files by either renaming them or overwriting them automatically.
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SuperCopier is a free tool that enhances Windows Explorer’s file copy dialog by offering advanced copying features, including pausing/resuming copying, speed limiting and automatically renaming files that conflict. Furthermore, error handling capabilities help ensure errors do not interrupt transfer processes and cause data loss.
SuperCopier installer consists of 10 files and requires an active Internet connection in order to download and install. Once complete, SuperCopier adds an icon in Windows System Tray that can be clicked upon to open. Designed for PCs running XP, Vista, 7 or 8, its latest version supports NTFS, Ext2/3/4, FAT32 and HFS+ file systems and even can clone disk drives or create bootable USB drives – perfect for copying large amounts of data between PCs!
Users can customize SuperCopier by customizing its background, font and size in the copy window. They can also set priorities for how the CPU and other resources should be utilized as well as change their color of progress bar progress bar color options and more aesthetic choices – it even comes equipped with its own built-in toolbar and supports multiple languages!
While SuperCopier may not offer as intuitive of an interface as some comparable programs, its use remains very straightforward and it requires few resources for operation. With its performance and functionality capabilities it makes for an excellent alternative to standard Windows file transfer functionality.
SuperCopier is also compatible with TeraCopy and Ultra Fast Copy, two other well-known alternatives; however, these programs have aged more and do not provide as many features. SuperCopier even supports 64-bit Windows while TeraCopy does not.
If you want to uninstall SuperCopier, there are a couple of methods you can take: adding it back through Add/Remove Program in Windows Control Panel or directly editing Registry entries with Regedit. We advise using an uninstaller rather than manually uninstalling as this could potentially harm your computer and introduce malware infections or damage that requires professional intervention to address.