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XXCopy Company: Pixelab Author: Kan Yabumoto (Liteware) (free for personal use/ non-commercial use) Windows OS: Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP; Windows Server 2003 NOTES: Command line interface Languages: English
Description: XXCOPY is a command line utility for easily backing up files and folders. It provides more that 200 advanced features for even the most seasoned user. Probably the most popular use of XXCOPY is as disk- cloning tool. It can duplicate an entire system drive that can boot Window 9X/ME (though not NT/2000/XP). When converting files with long file names to the DOS 8.3 file-name convention, XXCOPY handles the long file name correctly and doesn't give the two files the same 8.3 name. XXCOPY can be used to synchronize directories and overwrite read-only files. With XXCOPY, you can back up up directories incrementally without the use of archive bit. Exclude directories or files from copying by wild cards. Qualify file by file date/time (Before, On, or After). Copy hidden/system files. Flatten a directory tree into files in one directory. Copy only the first n bytes and more. XXCOPY comes with a 16-bit version (XXCopy16). Home page:
http://www.xxcopy.com/ download v 2.93.1 (2006-08-24) [ xxcopy.zip (242 KB) XXCOPY and XXCOPY16 are packaged in one file] http://www.xxcopy.com/index.htm#download Note: A GUI for XXcopy (KopyMate by Mel David) is available here: http://www.kopymate.com/