There are many utilities and freewares available to copy files across networks. One that we would suggest is QCopy which gives users the option to even pause and resume transfers while transferring. It is having a much better functionality as this freeware is not only capable of copying files to different locations but you can also create a list of files and transfer it in bulk with even pause and resume feature.
By having this feature of pause and resume we can transfer the files when we do not want to put extra load on the network for other functions, and resume the transfer of files when the network is free.
To transfer files you just have to :
Step 1: Add the files to the main interface. You can Drag and Drop the files to the main Interface or you can also Right Click on any file in the Explorer and click on ‘Send To – QCopy’.
Step 2: Select the network location and click on Copy. You can select the Network Location by either selecting the Computers Name or by typing the I.P Address e.g. \192.168.1.12d$ or \computernameusersusernamefolder name.
There are also Pause and Resume button available to manage your transfer.
To prioritize the transfer of files you can also move the files Up and Down and make the important files transfer first. You can also Save and Load the Queue to start the Project any time later.
QCopy needs .Net Framework 3.5 SP1 and it is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
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