Top 5 File Copiers to speed up your File transfer

There is no doubt that the default file copier in Windows can be frustratingly slow especially when you are copying very large files. That is why I want to introduce you to these top 5 file copiers to transfer your large files faster. You can transfer very large files easily in very short time using the file copiers I am going to introduce below.

Top 5 File Copiers to speed up your File transfer

Top 5 File Copiers:

TeraCopy: TeraCopy has been one of the most widely used file copiers for transferring very large files. TeraCopy can transfer multiple files at a time and with a clean interface you can keep an eye on all the files being transferred at a time. It also allows you to pause and resume file transfer activities, overwrite, rename and skip duplicate files. TeraCopy simply helps you speed up your file transfer by moving the files at the maximum possible speed with the ability to automatically check the copied files for errors by calculating their CRC checksum values. You can set it as your default copy handler in Windows from the right click menu because it integrates with system shell and can completely replace the explorer copy and move functions.

FastCopy: FastCopy is yet another awesome file copier that can speed up your file transfer. FastCopy gives you the desired control over your file transfer something you may be missing from the default Windows file transfer function. FastCopy also integrates with system shell and can also run as a free-standing application.

Copy Handler: Copy Handler is one of the file copiers out there which allows you to take full control of your file transfer operations. Copy Handler can also integrate with the system shell and provide you with advanced options for file queuing, filtering, pause and resume, restart and cancel, change copying parameters on the fly and offers accelerated file copying. Copy Handler is fully customizable with over 60 options and supports several languages. It can also provide detailed information like file buffer sizes, progress, status, current/average speed; time elapsed/time left etc and can also automatically resume all unfinished file transfer operation when system restarts.

Ultracopier: Ultracopier is yet another of the file copiers you can use to speed up your file transfer operations. Ultracopier has great features such as the ability to pause and resume file transfers, resume the file transfer where it stopped if error occurred, can overwrite/skip/cancel and rename files. Ultracopier is an awesome file copier if you usually transfer large files on Windows.

ExtremeCopy: ExtremeCopy is one of the fastest file copiers you can find on the internet today; it has the ability to move your files extremely fast. With system shell integration ability, ExtremeCopy can be used to replace the default Windows copy feature, other features includes its ability to pause and resume file transfer; it can also skip files during transfer and supports multiple languages.

There are also other file copiers like NiceCopier, FF Copy, Mini Copier, PerigeeCopy and KillCopy, but the above reviewed 5 are my top 5 file copiers that can speed up your file transfer.

Have you used any of these file copiers before? Which is your favorite file copier? Which have you used? Which do you find most interesting? Now over to you, share with me your experience in using any of the file copiers, you can also make your suggestions using the comment section below.

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  1. says

    Hi Nwosu !
    I have been suing teracopy since 5-6 years and i have never experienced any performance issues with it .. Its no doubt the king of all file copy programs .I have heard a lot about ultra copier and haven’t tried it yet .. I would be trying it out .Thanks for sharing these apps with us .


  2. says

    have heard about some of the listed copiers but the one have tried and enjoy alot is the teracopy, as the names goes so fast, infact is the one am currently using right now on my pc

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