Advance Data Copy Tool enables you to copy or move files from one location to another, whether we're talking about the local disk, removable media devices, or network locations. This software application includes intuitive options that even casual users may quickly figure out.

After speedy setup procedure that shouldn't give you any trouble, you're greeted by a large window with multiple panes, where you can navigate two different locations at the same time to prepare file for copying or moving. The interface of Advance Data Copy Tool resembles the one of a FTP client, and it even has a pending queue.

Files and folders can be copied or moved while keeping or removing their timestamps, so it's possible to set a custom date and time. Subdirectories can be either included or excluded from the task. Items can also be deleted. Additionally, you can create new folders and refresh information displayed in the current locations.

Ongoing tasks can be paused to temporarily allocate system resources to other running applications. Alternatively, you can cancel them. The pending queue keeps track of all successful and failed transfer operations. Moreover, you can check out the total number of items in the queue, along with the total size, remaining items and size, as well as completed items.

The tool carried out file transfer jobs swiftly in our testing while remaining light on system resources consumption. As we expected, it left a small footprint on system resources consumption, as it needed low CPU and RAM to work properly.

On the other hand, we expected more options from this utility, especially when taking into account its price. Perhaps the interface which reminded us of a FTP client fooled us into thinking that the program was richer. Nevertheless, you can test Advance Data Copy Tool for yourself.