iXCopy Crack + License Key Download 2020

iXCopy is a handy and reliable utility designed to emulate the Xcopy DOS command and to allow the user to copy or backup a file or group of files or folders interactively.

The application works by copying all files from within a source path to within a destination path. Hence, specifying a source folder will copy all the contents from WITHIN that folder, but not the folder itself, to WITHIN a destination path or folder (which can exist, or you can specify that it be created if it does not exist already).

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This is important in typical backup scenarios. However, if you do wish to actually backup an actual source folder, then simply append a backslash to the folder path (for example, C:Program FilesData Folder), or you can check the "Include Selected Path Folder in Copy" checkbox. Options to copy only modified files, only new (or newer) files, or only files that already exist within a backup location, to reset the archive flags on the files copied, and an option to include subdirectories are included, and to include EXCLUDING common folders, such as the Windows folder or the Program Files folder, and ignoring hidden or system files/folders.

Also featured is a command line reporter that will generate a command line sequence, which you can have the iXCopy Keygen utility generate a desktop shortcut for, with which you can use to later repeat the selected operation (backing up certain folders is a often-repeated practice). If you have several archiveal operations that you would like to save in a batch file to run all at once, iXCopy Keygen has another option to generate such a batch file, or append to an existing batch file.

The shortcut or batch file will in turn invoke iXCopy and supply it with the options that you had selected. When executed from a shortcut or batch file, each instance of iXCopy can be instructed to exit when it has completed its operation (Batch files can run numerous copies of iXCopy simutaneously, speeding even complex data copying.


Andre, 19 September 2018


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