Default behaviour (queue/start now) depending on drives
The only one feature i miss from Windows 10 multi-task copying is this one.
I would like to queue N different copy tasks, and the Copy tool should make them start immediately or, instead, queue them up, depending on the source and target drives involved: if one of these two are already in use by a previous copy task, then the default should be "QUEUED" (and auto-start when the previously blocking copy tasks are done); otherwise, it's ok for the default to be "STARTED".
A perfect solution would consider the speed of the common source or common target device.
The properties of each of the drives could be made configurable in TeraCopy. Types of drives: SSD, HDD, Network, USB 3.0
TeraCopy could have a feature to automatically evaluate the performance of certain drives, for parallel read, read/write, write. And take these measurements into account when deciding on running or queueing a copy job. Two drive letters could be on the same physical drive...