Last month we wrote about TeraCopy, an amazing application to replace the sluggish Windows copy/move tool. The application is indeed cool for general everyday file handling, but as we all know, nothing is perfect and there is always a scope of development. I now want to introduce to you a better file copy, move handler.
SuperCopier is yet another feature-rich Windows explorer file copy/move alternative. It has some value-added features over TeraCopy, which makes it much more user-friendly.
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There are two ways in which you can use SuperCopier on your computer. You can either integrate it with your Windows shell (which is what I prefer) or use it as a standalone application. This option can be configured at the time of installation.
If you have integrated it to your Windows shell, the program will initiate itself automatically when ever you call any file copy/move instance. On the other hand, if you have not, you need to initiate the program from the taskbar every time you wish to copy a file using SuperCopier.
Some of the Amazing Features of SuperCopier
Apart from basic features like pause and resume queue support, and copy buffer control, it comes with some other cool features.
Priority listing of files
Everything in life comes with a priority and thus at times you may have the urge to get a specific file in the list copied before the others. To alter the priority of a file in the copy-list just move the particular file up or down the queue with the arrow keys next to the list.
Copy list saving/loading
With SuperCopier you can save copy list and resume it even after a computer restart, loading the list from the hard disk. This feature may not come in handy in daily file copy/move needs but will offer a great deal of help when you are copying a huge amount of data from local area network and there is no guarantee when the host can go offline.
Although still in beta phase, SuperCopier looks promising to me. The program is cool in features and at the same time very reliable. I have tried my hands on both the programs, TeraCopy and SuperCopier, and I can say beyond doubt that the latter impressed me more than the former.