RichCopy

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RichCopy
Developer(s)Microsoft
Stable release4.0.217
Operating systemWindows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003
LicenseProprietary
 
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RichCopy
Developer(s)Microsoft
Stable release4.0.217
Operating systemWindows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003
LicenseProprietary

RichCopy is a free computer utility program developed by Ken Tamaru of Microsoft Corporation to copy file directories. It performs more quickly and avoids pitfalls commonly found with the conventional "copy" and "paste" commands in the Windows operating system. Additionally, while having some similarities with the Microsoft utility, Robocopy, it provides a complete graphical user interface (GUI), whereas Robocopy is a command-line utility. [1]

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File versionYearOrigin
4.04.0.2172009

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