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Windows® XP: How to Copy large files and folders faster



You can use the Command Prompt to copy large files and folders speedily on a Windows® XP-based PC.

Command: xcopy ‘Source’ ‘Destination’ /o /x /e /h /k

Now, take note that copying files and folders from one place to another in a computer is one of the very basic functions of a computer. In order to move a file or a folder, we usually copy and paste it. This takes a long time in case of large folders. Besides, when you copy any sort of information on a Windows® XP-based PC, it…

4 Comments on Windows® XP: How to Copy large files and folders faster

  1. I didn't know pictures are "large files"

  2. It is very easy when you know what you are talking about. But the information in this presentation lacks clarity of elaboration, and is, laughingly, too concise to be understood properly by anyone who is not a specialist.

  3. Hello,
    I cant copy any file & paste. even though it dose not show any error but copy paste is not working…plz help.

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