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Microsoft RichCopy – GUI Robocopy Replacement

Microsoft RichCopy 4.0 Download :: Back in March 2009, .  RichCopy is essentially RoboCopy with a nice GUI on it.


I’ve used the tool a few times in testing, and it’s not that bad.  Personally, I have little need for a tool like this since most of my large data transfers are wrapped in a batch file. However, for those of you who prefer GUI tools, you should give RichCopy a try.


You can grab a copy of the tool here –


Let me know what you think!

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One Response to Microsoft RichCopy – GUI Robocopy Replacement

  1. Pyth007 July 15, 2009 at 8:45 am #

    I was beginning to think RichCopy may not be right for me because like you I was wanting to build a script around the whole copying operation, so I needed a command interface rather than a GUI. However I saw on a different forum that RichCopy does provide a command line interface; just go to Help –> Copy Options –> Command Options. It provides a list of copying switches to use for the command line, including switches for its threading capability (the main advantage I see with using RichCopy). May want to go back and see the Non-GUI stuff RichCopy has to offer.

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