File copying is one of the most basic actions that everyone has performed thousands of times. Select a file to copy, specify its new name and location — and you have an exact copy of the original. However, there are situations when making a regular copy becomes a problem — for instance, when you are dealing with an unreliable connection, a corrupted file or when the drive you are copying from is suddenly removed. If you are using standard OS functions, the result will be predictably negative — the OS will report of a problem and abort the copying process. Fortunately, there are tools that allow you to solve the problem of low-quality source files or interrupted connections.
Durable Copy is an intelligent file management tool that supports advanced file copying and data recovery functions and enables you to make a copy of a file from several corrupted copies, copy files over unstable connections, resume copying after the extraction of the source drive and other non-standard situations that would make copying impossible if standard OS tools were used. Not only is Durable Copy a special tool, but can also be used as a regular file manager with extra functionality. For instance, the program supports irrecoverable file deletion (filer shredding) and features a handy file browser.
Durable Copy is an excellent tool for all kinds of users — from system administrators to mobile computer enthusiasts who copy a lot of data from different sources. No matter what the problem is, Durable Copy will do its best to make sure your file is copied the right way!
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