It's kind of funny if you take a close look: File-Copy/Move wasn't really nice in XP, in Vista they messed it up (frist, at least - getting better with SPs); now it seems to be the same in Windows 7. What's so hard about this function?
I'm using Killcopy since back on XP and it works fine on Vista & Windows 7. It's so much more efficient, handy and free. So why don't the Microsoft-programmers just let them be inspired by the tools from others?
- Skip this file and continue
- Retry, if it fails again skip
- Pause/Continue process
- Continue copy/move after crash
- Parallel read/write
- Reserve Space before copy/move
- Verify copy
- Shutdown after copy/move
seem to be rocket science to Microsoft. It's bin in Killcopy for years.
For those who want to try: KillCopy
...don't panic about the URL, the programmer IS russian
: Download and set the Vista-Skin at once - the default one is extremely ugly.