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Copying a file from one folder to another folder in W10 File Explorer

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Best Answer garioch7 , 16 November 2018 - 11:21 AM

batpark: You can open two instances of Window File Explorer simultaneously and size them so that you can see both of them. Personally, I used xplorer² and its dual pane function.... Go to the full post »


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Please remind me how I get the two listings -- the source and the target listings -- on my desktop PC simultaneously. ... Thanks  batpark

 

(I fear I am reaching  a critical stage, where I am forgetting how to do things faster than I am learning new things.)


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batpark:

 

You can open two instances of Window File Explorer simultaneously and size them so that you can see both of them.

 

Personally, I used xplorer² and its dual pane function.  There is also a free version of that app found here.

 

I hope this helps.  Have a great day.

 

Regards,

-Phil


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garioch7: Thank you so much. Problem solved. ... batpark


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batpark:

 

You are most welcome.  Have a great day.

 

Regards,

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