XXCOPY is a command-line utility which was built specifically to aid people in managing all the contents of their hard drive, by simply writing a few lines.
Typical interface and comprehensive documentation
The installation process is quite typical and fast, while the interface might prove to be a difficult to navigate through for individuals that are less experienced with the IT world in general. However, people that are used to command-line programs are not going to encounter any difficulties, seeing that there are also some extensive Help contents that can be accessed in three different manners, explained in the Read Me file.
Copy items, create backups and update multiple files
XXCOPY is a logical extension of XCOPY, and remains compatible with it in the invocation of syntax, yet brings more to the table. To be more precise, this tool enables you to copy files (including hidden and system ones) from one location to another, duplicate a directory or an entire partition as an incremental backup, as well as back up specified information, without deleting any file.
In addition to that, this software program enables you to update items that already exist in the destination folder, copy items to multiple locations in the same time and duplicate files that were changed at a specified date.
Delete files, move them and customize logs
It is possible to remove files from source directories if a specific copy operation was successful, as well as move selected items to another location, delete empty directories and verify items.
Last but not least, you can enable cache, disable the sign-on message and statistics output, show command parameters or the summary of the switches on one page, and configure the log file.
To conclude, XXCOPY is a pretty efficient and powerful piece of software when it comes to performing managing operations from a command-line. The computer’s performance is not going to be affected, extensive and well-organized Help contents are provided and the response time is quite good. Seeing that some novice users might find it hard to work with, we mostly recommend it to tech savvy individuals.