Copy or move files and folders by creating a pending queue and maximizing the buffer size to increase the task speed, using this portable app.

  • AS-CopyJob
  • Version :1.40
  • License :Freeware
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Andreas Software

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AS-CopyJob Description

AS-CopyJob is capable of copying or moving files and folders from one location to another. It aims to get the job faster than using the Windows built-in copy and cut functions.

The key light of this app is that it lets you create a pending queue with different file operations, and then initialize all of them at once. It doesn’t require installation.

Portability advantages

Since there is no setup pack involved, you can save the program files anywhere on the disk or on a removable storage unit to launch AS-CopyJob on any PC directly, without any previous installers. It doesn’t make any modifications to your Windows registry.

Create a queue to copy or move files and folders

As for the interface, the utility adopts a clean window with intuitive options. After adding a folder or multiple files to the pending queue, the tool asks you for the destination and operation type (copy or move).

It’s possible to create as many tasks as you want, clear the queue to start everything from scratch, instruct the application to overwrite any existing files in the destination or to skip the new ones, as well as copy or skip the original timestamps. More importantly, you can maximize the buffer size to increase the task speed.

Evaluation and conclusion

The software program worked smoothly in our tests, without triggering the operating system to hang, crash or prompt error messages. It left a small footprint on system resources when using the maximum buffer size, running on low CPU and memory. However, we haven’t noticed any significant changes in task speed compared to the Windows 7 built-in copy tool.

Nevertheless, you can test AS-CopyJob for yourself. All in all, it delivers a convenient method for creating a pending queue with different copy or move operations, even if it doesn’t excel at task speed.

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