advanced graphical file copy system
Ultracopier is a graphical file copy system featuring: - transfer suspend - speed control - transfer list management - advanced name colision and error management
Ultracopier also supports multiple skins and languages.
released on 1 January 2010
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|PublicDomain||Debian: Thomas Preud'homme <firstname.lastname@example.org>||21 March 2013|
public-domain XZ Embedded has been put into the public domain, thus you can do whatever you want with it. All the files in XZ Embedded have been written by Lasse Collin, but some files areheavily based on public domain code written by Igor Pavlov.
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