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Freeware (Free)
1.04 MB
Windows (All Versions)
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MariusSoft Mass File Mover is a small application created especially or moving a large quantity of small files or to network locations. You can specify how many file moving threads to run in parallel.

The value of this utility is its speed compared to the built in windows file move. Windows moves the files one at a time which can take a long time when moving a lot of smaller files especially over a network.

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