Pause, Continue and Retry?

Topics: User Forum
Nov 21, 2006 at 8:40 AM

One thing that annoys me, when copying in windows, is the lack of:
  • Pause
  • Continue
  • Retry


If your hd is full, it simply fails! (the original windows copy), why is there no retry? (you could delete from the hd, move files and then retry).

If your copying is degrading other important things, like viewing a dvd from your pc, you might want to pause it or simply adjust the speed/process priority.

I dont know if your appplication has theese functions, but if it has them, I will start using your program!

Maybe some setting like "do not let the program exceed x% of cpu-power" setting would be cool, when you dont have any more bugs to fix? then the application could adjust to the current system, based on realtime performance.
Dec 11, 2006 at 12:54 PM
The model for SuperCopy is a little simpler: 'Cancel' and 'Continue'.

As long as you use the default 'Start where last copy left off' setting, you can crash or cancel file copies to your heart's content. The next time you click the 'run' button or the generate script, it will pick up where it left off.