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Windows 8, Copy That

Copying big batches of files isn't always easy or fun -- and when mistakes are made heads can roll. Microsoft thinks it has a better approach with Windows 8's simplified and centralized interface for handling these duties.

The news broke in the new Building Windows 8 blog, which parcels out just enough information to wet our whistles.

To help make sure there are no mistakes, you can see how the file copies are doing and stop them if need be.

Also, the system will warn you if your copying will actually overwrite source files -- something you may or may not want to have happen.

Posted by Doug Barney on 08/31/2011 at 1:18 PM


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