Auto-rename files with duplicate namesWhen copying files, Copywhiz can rename duplicate files so that you can keep both versions of the file (the original file & the file being copied).
When the first duplicate file is detected, Copywhiz will ask you if you wish to replace it. You can opt to rename the destination file with a suffix instead of overwriting it. Or you may also rename the file that is being copied.
Eg. This is useful when you have multiple versions of some music tracks with the same name & you wish to keep them all.
You don't have to choose this option for each duplicate file that is encountered. Copywhiz has to option apply the same suffix to all duplicate files.
Watch a short video (1m 43s) demonstrating this feature.
Copywhiz works on Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista & Windows XP.