Teracopy to support multi-threading when copying/verifying

Subhi S Hashwa 2 years ago updated by stephane simonetti 9 months ago 6

I suggest that Teracopy supports multithreading. As you know when copying small files multithreading support will speed things up instead of serial copy.

Under review

TeraCopy for Linux

O_O 3 years ago updated by Peteris 1 year ago 9

Support Alternate Data Streams

SpyShadow 2 years ago 0

Add Support for "Alternate Data Streams" when copying files that use it. This information is lost when copied with teracopy vs using windows explorer. I use Teracopy when copying TB of files. 

I make use of alternate data streams for MD5 Hash Checking. I am simply using MD5Stream to Store MD5 hash in NTFS Alternate Data Stream on the files. This way the MD5 is attached with the file.

Under review

Write to multiple targets

areef rakhangi 3 years ago updated by Peteris 1 year ago 5

I want to know if there can be a product which will replicate a set of chosen files across multiple usb or location at one click. Projects engineering, video and data contained on a usb need to be sent out to multiple people. Copying them over and over is slow. Also if copying starts at one time the file neednot be read again and again from the source location and can be picked from memory. Multiwrite can a good name


TeraCopy for Mac OS X

scott.blacknell 3 years ago updated by MADAMJAN 1 year ago 13

if 2 files are the same in name date size etc. - then VERIFY via HASH and alert that there is a different - or else, automatically rename the files that was to be moved/copied into a folder so that user can see both versions

m2554119 2 years ago updated by anonymous 2 years ago 1

Very important. I've deleted alot of files thinking that they were the same hash - but the program was instead not copying/movign the file at all


Second progress bar

Code Sector 3 years ago updated by Charles Ashford 1 month ago 10

Rate limiting feature

enziovdiest+teracopy 3 years ago updated by Adam Schule 2 years ago 5


Please consider the idea of adding a rate limiting feature. This is especially helpful over mapped network drives.



Always exclude specific files or folders

Code Sector 3 years ago updated by Yasir ali 10 months ago 4

Cazz0r: Idea would be to add certain files or folders that you always don't want to copy, I imagine this as an editable listbox, as an example, some files I'd always choose to exclude:



Rename while copying

Doum3000 2 years ago 0

Rename the destination filename while copying or in queue