FastCopy is a useful utility that will enable you to easily copy your files to different locations. It supports UNICODE and over MAX_PATH (260 byte) file pathnames. It automatically selects different methods according to whether Source and DestDir are in the same or different HDD. 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 is full, writing is started and processed in bulk. Because Reading/Writing are processed with no OS cache at all, other applications don�ft easily become slow. It can achieve Reading/Writing performance that is close to device limit. Include/Exclude Filter (UNIX Wildcard style) can be specified.
Remote Batch Copy lets you copy multiple files to multiple remote directories. Each source file is copied in turn to a corresponding directory on each destination node. If the destination node does not contain the same directory as the source, you are asked if you would like to create one
TeraCopy is a free utility designed to copy/move files faster and more securely. It can resume broken file transfers, TeraCopy skips bad files during copy and even shows the skipped files at the end of files transfer. Calculates files CRC checksum on the fly to speed up source and target files comparsion. Seamless integration with Windows Explorer allows you to keep working with files as usual. Copy or move files using left mouse button drag or 'Copy' and 'Paste' commands.
Unix users know and love it, now Windows users have the ability to give a single file multiple names. The only limitations are that the link must be on the same disk and the disk-drive must be formatted using NTFS 5 or higher. So, if you have the existing file C:\DOCS\FILE.DOC and execute the command "FileLink C:\MEMO\ANOTHER.DOC C:\DOCS\FILE.DOC", the data of the file will exist only once, but it is accessible in 2 directories using 2 different names.
A tiny tool which will extract a portion of a specific file. You can use it to extract data of files, to cut file headers, to retrieve binary data of a specific position, to rescue parts of damaged files/disks or whatever.