Main screen
Updated over a week ago

The TeraCopy window can hold multiple panels with the associated file list and destination folder.

Top toolbar

Create a new panel/file list.

Open file transfer history.

Reopen TeraCopy in administrator mode.

On finish:

  • Shutdown/sleep - Power off the computer or put it into sleep mode.

  • Pushover.ps1 - Run this Power Shell script.

TeraCopy will also list here all .cmd and .ps1 files from ~\AppData\Roaming\TeraCopy folder.


Use the Stop button to stop the process and the Skip button to skip the current file.

Double-click or scroll the mouse wheel down to expand the file list.

File list tab

Click on the Unattended checkbox to choose what TeraCopy should do in a case of filename collision - skip all files / overwrite all / etc.

Check the Verify option to start the verification process automatically when copying is complete.

Item states


The file was copied: Windows reported no errors.


There was an error during the copying or verification.


The file was verified: the checksums of the source and target file matched.


The file was deleted successfully.


The file was skipped because 'Skip/Skip All/ Overwrite older' was selected.


The file was moved: Windows reported no errors.

File list menu

  • File info - show the full checksum, open the file or browse its parent folder.

  • Remove selected - hide selected files from the list.

  • Remove transferred - hide successfully copied/moved files from the list.

  • Verify - compare source and target files.

  • Print/export... - export the file list as an HTML or CSV file.

  • Save checksums - export the file list as a checksum file

Target tab

Click on any item to set it as the destination path.

Right-click on any item to add it to your favourites.

Target tab menu

This menu allows you to append parts of the source directory structure to the destination folder.

Options tab

Double-click on the panel to expand it and click Options to display this screen.

TeraCopy offers extensive configurability, allowing you to choose specific metadata to copy, such as timestamps, streams, and permissions. For instance, you can opt to replicate only the folder structure or apply timestamps exclusively, tailoring the file transfer process to your specific requirements.

Status tab

TeraCopy provides comprehensive information about the transfer progress, including a speed graph, the number of skipped or failed files, average speed, and the remaining time to completion.

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