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"No To All" Functionality while copying files

Filed under: by: The Geekie

While copying a bunch of files from one location to another, Windows provides a handy "Yes To All" option to overwrite all files without prompting for each , but there exist no "No To All" option allowing copying of only the files that don’t already exist there, you will have to manually press “No” for every file to skip overwriting.

HACK==> Holding SHIFT and clicking the No button will act as "No To All" functionality and windows will not overwrite any file and won't bother you asking for each file.


On January 27, 2009 at 10:57 PM , Illeen said...

well how come i had ner known of all these things before..ner bothered to ask u even

On January 31, 2009 at 7:23 PM , The Geekie said...

may b u underestimated me b4 ... :D


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