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Control How Windows Copy Files With UltraCopier

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By default, Windows determines the speed it will use when copying files. This is not bad at all unless your using your computer for other heavy processing such as playing games or watching movies. Copying large files may peak up resources specially disk read and write operation. This is where UltraCopier comes handy because it allows you to replace the Windows default copy/move operation. Aside from adjusting the speed, it can also pause and resume the copy/move operation at will. It has a detailed debug logging so you can find out what went wrong in case of any failures.

Control How Windows Copy Files With UltraCopier

Once UltraCopier is active, the system tray icon will brighten-up to indicate that it has replaced the Windows default copy/move operation. It is possible to change back to the Windows default copy/move operation by changing it to previous settings.

UltraCopier can run under Windows, Linux and Mac. I tested it under Windows 7 32bit.

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