USBFlashCopy: Automatically Copy A Flash Drive To Your Hard Drive

Many flash drive owners take their flash drives to work and save data on it. They then bring it back home, plug it into their computer, and copy all the contents to their computer’s hard drive. To copy, they have to go through a few steps after plugging in the drive. But USB Flash Copy ensures that the contents get automatically copied once you plug in the flash drive.

usbflashcopy   USBFlashCopy: Automatically Copy A Flash Drive To Your Hard Drive

A Windows-compatible freeware program, USB Flash Copy is sized at nearly 250 KB and does not require an installation. It keeps running in the background and as soon as you enter a flash drive, its contents are automatically copied to your hard drive.

A progress bar is displayed in a floating window where you can cancel the transfer if you want. Through the program’s system tray icon you can modify advanced options such as the copy speed, overwriting properties, destination path, exception drives, and the removable media check interval. The program also offers a paid version that removes the progress window.

Features:

  • A freeware program.
  • Compatible with Windows operating systems.
  • No installation required.
  • Automatically copy a usb key flash drive contents to your hard drive.
  • Offers drive exceptions in its options.

Get “USB Flash Copy” from www.usbflashcopy.com via RedFerret

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