...it takes over copy processes for all three major operating systems (Win/Linux/Mac) own copy process, giving detailed output on the progress, speed limit, and many other options.
Right-clicking the taskbar icon and selecting "Add copy/moving" will look much more familiar to users of programs like TeraCopy and FastCopy. Drag and drop a file you wish to copy/move and then select a destination.
Yeah if you double click the icon it enables (blue) or disables (red) the app's control over the process,however if the app is open and the icon is red,explorer crashes when you try to copy or move something the traditional way (I accidentally double clicked the icon without noticing the color change)
Also if you are moving/copying alot of files it can disable simple drag and drop sometimes,even just from one folder to another in the same root folder.I guess its depends on its work load.Of course these things could also just be my old computer not being able to keep up with the program.
On my system it is moving about 350mb every 4 minutes to an external harddrive.
which I guess isnt too bad for a removable device.
Taskmanager says mem usage never went over 21,000K (it idles at 15,800K)
Other than the lack of some help documentation I really like this program alot.
Seems much more stable than Teracopy for me.
Edit: Alright the removable drive wasnt a good test run for comparison.
So I used windows to copy a 350mb episode of Fringe to the c drive (desktop) from my d partition and it completed in just under 2 minutes.Using UltraCopier the time was literally cut in half to just under 1 minute.Not too shabby.