Free XXcopy

I’ve previously mentioned the DOS command, Xcopy— and the freeware DOS extension XXcopy (see ) 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:


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Fred Langa

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Fred Langa is senior editor. His LangaList Newsletter merged with Windows Secrets on Nov. 16, 2006. Prior to that, Fred was editor of Byte Magazine (1987 to 1991) and editorial director of CMP Media (1991 to 1996), overseeing Windows Magazine and others.