Fastcopy runs the desktop shortcut Deng Ke after the installation is complete. When you need to copy files click the 'Source' button and select the directory you want to copy. For the same operation click 'Destination'. Button to select the directory where the file \u0026ldquo;save to\u0026rdquo;. If you want to accelerate large-size files such as high-definition video or ISO disc image you do not need to select the entire directory where it is located. When selecting a directory click the 'Select File' button. If there are related files in the target folder and the source folder it is okay to prevent mistakes from overwriting the same files. If there are the same files in the target folder and the source folder you can also select the type of operation in the drop-down menu to prevent mistakes from overwriting the same files.
In this way click the 'Execute' button to start automatic copying. If you don’t believe in the magical effect of Fastcopy you can compare the speed of file copying. The advantages of Fastcopy can be said to be very obvious (you can save about One-third of the time). If you have a soft spot for Fastcopy's high-speed copy you can also add it to the system right-click menu click 'Settings/Shell Extension' and then check the options that need to be added to the right-click menu as needed and click 'Update' \u0026rdquo; OK. So when copying or moving files you can use Fastcopy to speed up copying through the right-click menu.
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