Dec 092017
 
Turbo Copy - Fast file copy program - Shareware - Can have multiple source anddestination specs - Built in floppy writeback cache - Can "slice" files - Nice.

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TurboCopy 2.03C is an ultra fast file copy program. It humiliates
programs like DOS 6.2's xcopy and many other popular copy programs. It's
most striking features are: (1) the ability to process multiple source
and destination floppies, all the time sorting files so as to minimize
the amount of wasted floppy space; (2) a built in floppy writeback cache
to minimize disk accesses and speed the process up to 100% or more; (3)
the ability to slice ("splitcopy") files normally too large to fit on a
floppy; (4) configurability; (5) an attractive and informative display;
and many more- all for under 30K. TurboCopy is an absolute must for
anyone who hates shovelling around data, and hates it even more to wait.
NEW! Version 2.03C offers enhanced listfile handling ability, just what
software publishers need to create their distribution disks. TC can now
be used to copy to multiple destinations at the same time. When compared
to eleven other popular copy programs, TC came out tops! Best of all,
registration for life is a miniscule $10!


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TurboCopy Comparative Performance Summary *
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Program Ramdrive Floppy Floppy Total Total
to to to time Score
floppy Ramdrive Floppy taken (48 max.)

TurboCopy 2.03C 0:43 (12)1:02 (12)1:44 (12)3:29 (12) 48

TurboCopy 1.15 1:52 (10)1:08 (8)2:59 (11)5:59 (11) 40

MS-DOS 6.22 xcopy 2:10 (6)1:05 (11)3:10 (10)6:25 (10) 37

4DOS 5.00 copy 1:50 (11)1:09 (7)5:50 (4)8:49 (8) 30

MS-DOS 6.20 copy 2:09 (7)1:07 (9)5:37 (6)8:53 (7) 29

Bob Lee's ICopy 1.21 2:23 (2)1:06 (10)5:26 (8)8:55 (6) 26

R.J.S. Quikcopy 3.21 2:24 (1)1:13 (4)4:49 (9)8:26 (9) 23

PC-Shell 8.0 2:00 (9)1:37 (3)5:45 (5)9:22 (4) 21

Norton Commander 4.5 2:11 (5)1:39 (2)5:31 (7)9:21 (5) 19

XCopy V2.5f (6 Jan 86) 2:21 (3)1:12 (5)7:56 (2)12:29 (2) 12

Patri-Soft PCopy 9.2C 2:08 (8)2:07 (1)9:56 (0)14:11 (1) 10

Wayne Soft FILL Nov'93 2:16 (4)1:11 (6)8:23 (1)11:50 (3) 8

Kai Risku's FFIT 1.61 2:26 (0) ** (0)7:44 (3) ** (0) 3


Benchmark tests on a 386DX-33 with 8MB ram running UMB-DRVR 5.22. All
times in minutes : seconds format. The ramdrive used was Vadim V.
Vlasov's Combi-Disk version 1.13. About 1M extended memory and 600K
conventional memory was available. The test consisted of 1 Megabyte data
in 70 (random) files varying in size from about 170K to 80 bytes.
(Floppy disks reformatted between each test.)

Scoring works as follows: 12 points for the fastest time, down to 0
points for the slowest time.


* Benchmark tests performed independently by D.J. Greeff.
** FFIT 1.61 is unable to copy to anything other than floppies.


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