Of course, these are really just the simplest features of RichCopy. As the figure below shows, you also get a vast array of granular controls that allow you to customize all of those fancy aspects of your file copying —filtering files, saving attributes, adjusting cache size, and so on. If you regularly copy lots of files over the network or between various storage devices, these features will significantly ease your daily life.
For those of you like me who prefer the command line see the following about RoboCopy:
- Robocopy Syntax, Command Line Switches and Examples
- More Robocopy Examples
- How to Copy Files Multi-Threaded with Robocopy in Windows 7
- What is the Linux equivalent to robocopy?