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DropCopy - Drag-n-drop local network transfers
Authored by: Bruno Grieco on Oct 24, '06 09:57:19AM
I would give it a score of 9.

It does exactly what it's supposed to do. The resource fork problem isn't much of an issue if you're running OS X only. I've experienced a "numb" interface only when transfering a folder with 300Mb of images. In that case the archiving takes some time.

My wife is a big fan of it. She frequently asks me why PCs don't have a "Black Hole" and why it's so dificult to transfer files from one to the other. It's a great productivity enhancer.

I had one problem, with the panther version, trying to connect two machines. It simply wouldn't run. But also, the machines were networked together with a cross cable and would get there IP thru the internal modem. Somehow it's still hard to connect them thru the normal way.

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