Save current progress and continue later without scanning again

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I am copying 1TB of files. It will take a few hours. It's now at 50%. I need to restart my computer. The only option I see is to stop the copy, restart, and copy all again and choose "skip all." The problem is, that even when I choose "skip all" it takes teracopy about 15-20 minutes to scan the files to be skipped. If there was a way to stop the export and SAVE the current status of the copy, then when I restart the copy, it won't have to scan again - it would just resume copying as if I never stopped. Is this possible?

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In version 3.5, select to process 'Added' files only and click the 'Copy' button. TeraCopy will start with the first unprocessed file.

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In version 3.5, select to process 'Added' files only and click the 'Copy' button. TeraCopy will start with the first unprocessed file.

Zvi Twersky

Problem is, once I stop, restart the computer, and open TC, there are no "added files" anywhere anymore.

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Problem is, once I stop, restart the computer, and open TC, there are no "added files" anywhere anymore.

In version 3.5 you should see something like this:

Zvi Twersky

Yes, I know, but once you stop the transfer and restart the computer and reopen Teracopy, that list won't be there.

Zvi Twersky

My mistake, it IS there! Thank you.