I’ve previously mentioned the DOS command, Xcopy— and the freeware DOS extension XXcopy (see http://www.langa.com/newsletters/2000/2000-06-15.htm#5 ) Basically, Xcopy is a more powerful "copy" command that can move entire directory trees in your hard drive all at once. XXcopy is even more powerful, with more built-in features.
If you’re a power user, the free XXcopy can be a very handy tool. The current version is 2.44.4; if you’re using an older version or are new to this powerful utility, check out: http://www.xxcopy.com/xxcopy/index.html
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