Copy files and directory trees (directories, subdirectories, and their contents).
destination] [/a | /m] [/d[:
date]] [/p] [/s [/e]] [/v] [/w] [/c] [/i] [/q] [/f] [/l] [/g] [/h] [/r] [/t] [/u] [/v] [/w] [/c] [/i] [/q] [/f] [/l] [/g] [/h] [/r] [/t] [/u] [/k] [/n] [/o] [/x] [/y] [/-y] [/z] [/exclude:
xcopy works like
provides more options and is often faster.
xcopy32 options are:
Specifies the file(s) to copy;
source must include
the full path.
Specifies the location and/or name of new files. If omitted, files are copied to the current directory.
Copies files with the archive attribute set, but
doesn’t change the attribute of the source file
Continues copying even if errors occur.
Copies only files changed on or after the specified date. If no date is given, copies only those source files that are newer than existing destination files.
Copies all directories and subdirectories (everything), including
empty ones (similar to
/s.) May be used to modify
Specifies a file (or a list of files) containing strings of text
(each on its own line). When any of the strings match any part of the
absolute path of the file to be copied, that file will be excluded
from being copied. Contrary to what you might expect,
filenames does not actually list the
filenames to exclude.
Displays full source and destination ...