total commander (great tool) the copy feature is secure/safe?

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  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    Hi
    i like total commander , it's shareware ,sometime i thing i would like to buy it
    is one of the best tool


    one question ?


    the copy feature is safe?
    i mean does total commander a control or check up to be sure to copy/write the file correctly, rightly.

    thanks
     
  2. sukarof

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    I dont know if Totalcommander does check the copy/write action, but I guess so. I have used it for 13 years and have not had any problems with the copy&write actions.

    You could check at their forum if you dont get the answer you´re looking for here.
     
  3. mantra

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    thanks
    i hope it's safe
    by the way it's only of the best tool!
    i guess it has a secure copy?

    is there something better then total commander?
     
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  4. MikeNAS

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    Maybe not better but free... FreeCommander http://www.freecommander.com/
     
  5. mantra

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    thanks

    i 'm ready to buy it i mean total commander , if it has a solid safe copy feature

    because i use it very often
     
  6. sukarof

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    I am one of these guys that change software more often than my underwear, but I have hard time to let it go after all these (13!?) years, even though I´ve found a more powerful (imo) filemanager, but even though I like xyplorer I just can not untrain me from the Totalcommander way of doing things :)
    But you could try it before you get sucked into Totalcommander swamp :)
     
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  7. mantra

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    does xyplorer copy and make crc to be sure that the copied file is safe?
     
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    Uuhh..does that show somehow? How do one know if it does that?
    I just copy the files (that goes for any file manager I try). Small files, big files,strange files, many files - it is all about two digits....never happened to me that a file copy or move has gone bad because of the file manager. Has it happened to you?
     
  10. WSFuser

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    You could try using TeraCopy. It has an option to integrate with Total Commander.

    If a file fails to copy, you can check the window to see which file failed. It also shows the CRC hash before/after copying.
     
  11. mantra

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    well with explorer copy & paste i copied some mp3 (150 mb each mp3 song) from one hd to a second hd
    every mp3 files should be 2 hours , i discovered that xp pro with the last update , broke off some mp3 and i found some mp3 length 20 or 30 minutes instead 2 hours
     
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    cool ! thanks WSFUSER
    should be what i need
     
  13. MikeNAS

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    TeraCopy working with FreeCommander too :D
     
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  15. WSFuser

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    totalcmd.net is the inofficial plugins site. Its legit.
     
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