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FastCopy v3.86
FastCopy v3.86 FastCopy is the Fastest Copy/Delete Software on Windows. It supports UNICODE and over MAX_PATH (260 characters) file pathnames. It automatically selects different methods according to whether Source and DestDir are in the same or different HDD(or SSD). Diff HDD Reading and writing are processed respectively in parallel by separate threads. Same HDD Reading is processed until the big buffer fills. When the big buffer filled, writing is started and processed in bulk. Because Reading/Writing are processed with no OS cache at all, other applications don't easily become slow. It can achieve Reading/Writing performance that is close to device limit. Include/Exclude Filter (UNIX Wildcard style) can be specified. ver3.0 or later, Relative Path can be sepcified. It runs fast and does not hog resources, because MFC is not used. (Designed using Win32 API and C Runtime only) You can modify this software, because all source code has been opened to the public under the GPL ver3 license. Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 Windows Server 2003/2008/2012/2016 Install Please run setup.exe, and install it in a new directory. If you want to install in USB memory, please copy the two files "fastcopy.exe" and "fastcopy.chm" to USB memory. (In this case, shell extension can't be used.) Uninstall If you want to uninstall, please run setup.exe located in the installed directory. (Uninstall removes shortcut and unregister shell extension) Changelog: v3.86 Add Reproduce hardlink option in the Copy/Move options of the settings dialog. Add option of using MB/s instead of MiB/s (For example, if you want to match a CrystalDiskMark, use MB/s) Fixes the 1113 error when specifying a file name that cannot be represented by MBCS in FAT-FS.(FindFirstFileExW API Problem) Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 3,070 Jan 28, 2020
SHIROUZU Hiroaki
   
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