ExtremeCopy Pro 2.2.2

ExtremeCopy is a Windows file copy tool which is able to copy and/or move your files extremely fast. The usage is simple and similar to Windows Explorer default file copier but it can increase the speed from 20% up to 120% faster than Windows default file copier. ExtremeCopy can integrate itself into your Windows seamlessly as copy tool. If you are interested to learn more about our product, feel free to click here to see more features.

What's new in this version:

  • Added Local help file
  • Added Chinese Traditional and Thai language
  • Added option for auto queue multiple tasks
  • Fixed several bugs

Download: ExtremeCopy Pro 2.2.2 x32 | 3.5 MB (Shareware)
Download: ExtremeCopy Pro 2.2.2 x64| 4.3 MB
Download: Portable ExtremeCopy Standard 2.1.0 | x64 | 4.0 MB (Freeware)
View: ExtremeCopy Pro Website | Screenshots

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Asrokhel said,
And how does this [ExtremeCopy Pro] compare to TeraCopy Free/Pro?

My personal experience, having used Teracopy paid was that it would choke on multi-gigabyte copies, more than half a dozen times it crashed during these transfers.
Tried ExtremeCopy when it was free a while back and it had the same problems for me at least.
I then found FastCopy and havent looked back
If you install it be aware that the context menu option needs to be installed from within FastCopy gui once its installed.
Its also possible to use as a portable app.
Trust me its better than any of the others.

LiquidCrystalMeth said,
My personal experience, having used Teracopy paid was that it would choke on multi-gigabyte copies, more than half a dozen times it crashed during these transfers.

I never had that problem with TCF/P, and I've copied GBs to a second physical 1TB drive [D:\], as well as to an external 1TB drive. Maybe I'll try ECP and FC.

I use this when I have a large amount of data to copy. It's not because it's faster, but because I can disable Windows file caching. So I can copy several gigabytes and my PC will still run smooth afterwards.