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Oct 17 17

Notezilla apps improved

by Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

Recently we made significant improvements to Notezilla phone apps (especially iOS – iPhone/iPad) and also the Windows app. The iPhone/iPad app is easier to use, more stable and lot faster. In all apps, you will notice that syncing of sticky notes happens more often.

Here is what one of our customers has to say:

Great piece of software replacing the way too heavy Evernote. The latest update is a major improvement and makes this the perfect companion to the desktop solution. Look and feel now very practical, synching works now without glitches. And fast and great support, the folks react fast to questions and suggestions – Baloo Tom



Learn more about the leading sticky notes appNotezilla.

Sep 11 17

Pause & resume file copy operation in Windows using an XCopy alternative replacement tool

by Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

Wouldn’t it be great if the file copy process can be stopped temporarily at any time to lower CPU and disk usage, so you can perform other tasks faster. You can resume file copy when other tasks are completed. The integrity of the file being copied will not be affected. This is not possible with Windows XCopy tool. However, you can use our software called Copywhiz. With Copywhiz, if you wish to hold the file copying process, you can pause file copying and then resume from the point where you paused it.

Enhance your file-copy experience with Copywhiz as it let’s you to have more flexibility & more control over the file-copying process. Here is how Copywhiz makes file copying a breeze:

  • Copy only new or modified files
  • Easily pick files by name, extension, folder etc from bunch of folders
  • Copy files to multiple folders/computers
  • Copy files from multiple folders and paste them at once
  • Pick files from multiple folders and compress in single .zip file
  • Schedule file backups
  • Several more hidden nuggets designed to make your file-copy task easier.
  • Using Copywhiz:

    Copywhiz lets you to pause and resume file copy in Windows. It lets automatically shutdown/hibernate/sleep after a file copy. It even silently copy files without prompts & error messages. Log file is generated. Change file copy speed to improve performance. View progress for each file being copied

    For more tutorial videos, check out this page.

    Learn more about Copywhiz. Download the free trial from here.

    Have a good day

    Thanks :)

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    Sep 2 17

    Continue file-copying even if error occurs in Windows using an XCopy alternative replacement tool

    by Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    This post will show how to continue copying rest of the files even when error occurs. Also, you can skip same type of error so that you are not promoted each time. You can later review the log to learn why the error occurs. Although this is possible with Windows XCopy tool, you may not find it as flexible and as user friendly as Copywhiz.

    While copying large number of files, we often see window pop up saying ‘An error occurred while copying’. Isn’t this very annoying? Wouldn’t it be great if instead of attending to every error message, you can skip that particular type of error during that file copy instance and continue with the rest of the copy.

    Enhance your file-copy experience with Copywhiz as it let’s you to have more flexibility & more control over the file-copying process. Here is how Copywhiz makes file copying a breeze:

  • Copy only new or modified files
  • Easily pick files by name, extension, folder etc from bunch of folders
  • Copy files to multiple folders/computers
  • Copy files from multiple folders and paste them at once
  • Pick files from multiple folders and compress in single .zip file
  • Schedule file backups
  • Several more hidden nuggets designed to make your file-copy task easier.
  • Using Xcopy

    Xcopy Source [Destination] /c command lets us to continue file-copying even if error occurs.

    Here is the command that is actually being used:

    xcopy Source [Destination] /c .

    For Ex: To copy files from ‘C:\t1’ to the folder ‘D:\Backup‘, by excluding the files with errors, the following command line will be used:

    xcopy “C:\t1 D:\Backup /c

    However, using Xcopy commands are not easy to use. System administrators may be able to use. But Xcopy is not for common users.

    Using Copywhiz:

    When copying files, Copywhiz does not stop on error. Instead it lets you retry or skip that particular file & proceed.

    See the below image for clarity:

    Also, if a file is locked (file-in-use), Copywhiz will wait until you unlock the file. In fact, Copywhiz will show you which program is using the file so that you can close the program in order to continue with file copy.

    If the disk is full, Copywhiz will show how much space you need to free in order to complete the operation successfully as shown below:

    For more tutorial videos, check out this page.

    Learn more about Copywhiz. Download the free trial from here.

    Have a good day

    Thanks :)

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    Sep 2 17

    Copy files to a new folder (each time) in Windows using an XCopy alternative replacement tool

    by Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    This article will show you how to copy files (or backup automatically) into a new folder each time based on current date/time. Although this is possible with Windows XCopy tool, you may not find it as flexible and as user friendly as Copywhiz.

    Whether its your critical work documents or collection of your personal photos, it’s always a good idea to take multiple backups, so that the data is never lost. Data loss can happen in many ways, the most common causes are physical failure of your PC, accidental error, theft or disasters like fire, flood. Computer viruses often delete or corrupt your data. Also, multiple versions of file backups are important because users can continually update files and might need to restore a file from different points in time.

    Enhance your file-copy experience with Copywhiz as it let’s you to have more flexibility & more control over the file-copying process. Here is how Copywhiz makes file copying a breeze:

  • Copy only new or modified files
  • Easily pick files by name, extension, folder etc from bunch of folders
  • Copy files to multiple folders/computers
  • Copy files from multiple folders and paste them at once
  • Pick files from multiple folders and compress in single .zip file
  • Schedule file backups
  • Several more hidden nuggets designed to make your file-copy task easier.
  • Using Xcopy

    The Xcopy command Xcopy Source [Destination] /I copies all specified files into the new directory. This command-line option allows you to keep multiple versions of file backups.

    For Ex: To copy all the files from D:\data\documents to the folder E:\Newfolder\documents we need to run the below command:

    Xcopy /I D:\data\documents E:\Newfolder\documents

    This command creates the folder E:\Newfolder\documents if it already does not exist.

    However, using Xcopy commands are not easy to use. System administrators may be able to use. But Xcopy is not for common users.

    Using Copywhiz:

    To backup specific files instantly,
    1. Copy the files from the Source folder and right-click on it and choose Copywhiz–>Copy as shown below:

    2. Right-click inside the destination folder where you wish to copy the files and select Copywhiz–>Paste Advanced:

    3. Copywhiz window will open with the destination folder already selected. You can suffix the destination folder with %date% or %datetime% to add current date to the folder name.

    4. Once the variables are added, click on ‘Paste Now’ and it will automatically create a new folder based on the current date.

    5. You can save the selected files as a Copywhiz project and schedule a backup of the same set of files by clicking on ‘Paste later (Schedule)’ button. Once clicked, the following Window will appear that will let you to set your preferred backup frequency. After setting your preferred frequency click on ‘Schedule Now’ so that Copywhiz automatically run the projects at a specified time for taking backups.

    Copywhiz is an alternative that lets you create a new destination folder (date-wise) for every file backup. This way you can ensure that multiple versions of your backups are maintained. It uses Windows Task Scheduler to schedule your backups. Configure Copywhiz to copy files at a particular time. Using Copywhiz’s scheduling capability you can backup your files every week, every day or even every hour. It can be used as a complete file backup solution.

    For more tutorial videos, check out this page.

    Learn more about Copywhiz. Download the free trial from here.

    Have a good day

    Thanks :)

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    Aug 7 17

    Notezilla for Windows is now fully DPI aware

    by Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    New Update: Notezilla 8.0 for Windows is now made fully DPI aware. Meaning, the sticky notes (and other elements) appear big enough on 4k display monitor (Ultra HD). You can download the latest update from http://www.conceptworld.com/Notezilla

    Here are various user elements issues fixed:

    1. Sticky notes
    2. Notes Browser window
    3. Sticky note toolbar
    4. Icons on sticky note toolbar
    5. Sticky note skins
    6. Reminder window
    7. Notes list inside Notes Browser window
    8. Color picker window

    Thanks.

    Apr 5 17

    Notezilla 2.0 for Android is here! Added Widgets support :)

    by Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    Dear Customers,

    Just launched! New version of Notezilla for Android. This version supports widgets! Also the notes list is colorful, notes can be shared with other apps and vice versa. Download today from the Google Play Store. Sync them with your sticky notes on Windows PC. Learn more about Notezilla.

    So what’s new in Notezilla 2.0 for Android?

    1. You can now add multiple widgets on your phone’s home screen. Each widget can list notes based on a filter, tag or a folder. Just this feature can boost your productivity.
    2. The notes list shows note color. So now it is easier and faster to pick your sticky note. Color code your sticky notes based on your preferred category.
    3. Share your notes with other apps, right from the notes list.
    4. Create new notes directly in Notezilla using the share option in other apps.
    5. Fixed bugs

    Download today – Notezilla for Android from the Google Play Store

    Here are the screenshots:Notezilla - Widget on Android

    Notezilla - Colorful Notes List

    Notezilla - Edit Note

    Notezilla - Checklist Notes

    Notezilla - Reminder Notes

    Notezilla - Widget Settings

    Notezilla - Tags

    Notezilla - Folders (Memoboards)

    Notezilla - App Menu

    Notezilla - Send notes to contacts

    Nov 24 16

    Preview files to be copied in Windows using an XCopy alternative replacement tool

    by Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    When copying lots of files, it is very essential to ensure that no important file is left behind & no unnecessary file is being copied. Be accurate first time itself by knowing which files will be copied before actually copying them by reviewing the list of files that will actually be copied. Also, when filtering files by type, date or size, it is important to verify whether all the files you need will be copied successfully. Previewing files before actually copying them gives you confidence & keeps your mind relaxed. Although this is possible with Windows XCopy tool, you may not find it as flexible and as user friendly as Copywhiz.

    Enhance your file-copy experience with Copywhiz as it let’s you to have more flexibility & more control over the file-copying process. Here is how Copywhiz makes file copying a breeze:

  • Copy only new or modified files
  • Easily pick files by name, extension, folder etc from bunch of folders
  • Copy files to multiple folders/computers
  • Copy files from multiple folders and paste them at once
  • Pick files from multiple folders and compress in single .zip file
  • Schedule file backups
  • Several more hidden nuggets designed to make your file-copy task easier.
  • Using Xcopy

    Xcopy Source [Destination] /L command displays a list of files that are to be copied.

    For Ex: To display a list of files that are to be copied, the following command line will be used:

    xcopy /I “C:\Your Folder” “C:\New Folder”

    However, using Xcopy commands are not easy to use. System administrators may be able to use. But Xcopy is not for common users.

    Using Copywhiz:

    Copywhiz is an alternative that allows you to preview files before copying them. You can alter different filter options (file type, date or size) and ensure that the right files are copied. This avoids mistakes, incorrect files to be copied & important files to be left out. This ensures accuracy. You can also use this feature to view the list of new & modified files in a folder.

    Here is how Copywhiz Preview Window appears:

    For more tutorial videos, check out this page.

    Learn more about Copywhiz. Download the free trial from here.

    Have a good day

    Thanks :)

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    Nov 24 16

    Create Directory structure only, do not paste files in Windows using an XCopy alternative replacement tool

    by Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    This post will show you how to create the whole folder structure without files in Windows. Replicating just the structure of a directory to another location, without any of the files that reside inside the directory or the sub-directories can be a very tedious & error-prone task. Although this is possible with Windows XCopy tool, you may not find it as flexible and as user friendly as Copywhiz.

    Enhance your file-copy experience with Copywhiz as it let’s you to have more flexibility & more control over the file-copying process. Here is how Copywhiz makes file copying a breeze:

  • Copy only new or modified files
  • Easily pick files by name, extension, folder etc from bunch of folders
  • Copy files to multiple folders/computers
  • Copy files from multiple folders and paste them at once
  • Pick files from multiple folders and compress in single .zip file
  • Schedule file backups
  • Several more hidden nuggets designed to make your file-copy task easier.
  • Using Xcopy

    Xcopy Source [Destination] /t command lets us to replicate the whole directory structure without copying the files inside them. To copy empty directories, you must include the /e command-line option.

    For Ex: To copy the directory structure without files, the following command line will be used:

    xcopy /t /e “C:\Your Folder” “C:\New Folder”

    However, using Xcopy commands are not easy to use. System administrators may be able to use. But Xcopy is not for common users.

    Using Copywhiz:

    To create directory structure only without copying the files inside them, follow the steps given below:

    1. Select files using Windows Explorer, right-click on them and choose Copywhiz->Copy from the menu as shown below :

    2. Go to the destination folder, right-click inside the folder and select Copywhiz–>Paste Advanced as shown below:

    3. Copywhiz Window will open. Click on ‘Advanced Settings’ button and select ‘Create folder structure only, do not paste files’ as shown below and click on ‘Ok’.

    Copywhiz is an alternative that allows you to create the complete directory (folder) structure without copying files in them. This feature can be useful in multi-users scenario where the system administrator wishes to create the same standard template folder structure without files for different users from an existing structure.

    For more tutorial videos, check out this page.

    Learn more about Copywhiz. Download the free trial from here.

    Have a good day

    Thanks :)

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    Nov 24 16

    Exclude specific files when copying in Windows using an XCopy alternative replacement tool

    by Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    By default, any copy program will copy everything (all the files) from the folder that you specify as the source. But, at times, we would like to filter & include only specific files based on different variables say file name, file extension or directory name. For Ex: Copy only pictures and not videos, only source code files and not object files, all documents except .pdf and so on. Although this is possible with Windows XCopy tool, you may not find it as flexible and as user friendly as Copywhiz.

    Enhance your file-copy experience with Copywhiz as it let’s you to have more flexibility & more control over the file-copying process. Here is how Copywhiz makes file copying a breeze:

  • Copy only new or modified files
  • Easily pick files by name, extension, folder etc from bunch of folders
  • Copy files to multiple folders/computers
  • Copy files from multiple folders and paste them at once
  • Pick files from multiple folders and compress in single .zip file
  • Schedule file backups
  • Several more hidden nuggets designed to make your file-copy task easier.
  • Using Xcopy

    Xcopy Source [Destination] /exclude command lets us to specify a list of files containing strings to be excluded. These strings are not entered directly in the command switch. They are one or more text files that list the strings to be excluded.

    Here is the command that is actually being used:

    xcopy Source [Destination] exclude: {path}list_of_exclusions.txt.

    For Ex: To copy files from ‘C:\t1’ to the folder ‘c:\t2‘, by excluding certain type of files, the following command line will be used:

    xcopy c:\t1 c:\t2 /EXCLUDE:C:\list-of-excluded-files.txt

    However, using Xcopy commands are not easy to use. System administrators may be able to use. But Xcopy is not for common users.

    Using Copywhiz:

    To copy only specific type of files in windows from Source folder to the Target folder, follow the steps given below:

    1. Select files using Windows Explorer, right-click on them and choose Copywhiz->Copy from the menu as shown below :

    2. Go to the destination folder, right-click inside the folder and select Copywhiz–>Paste special–>Paste files by name or type as shown below:

    3. The Advanced Settings dialog box will open. You can include or exclude files/folders to be copied by typing their names, file extensions or folder names. You can also preview the list of files that will be copied and files that will be skipped by clicking on the Preview button. After confirming, press the Ok button in the Advanced Settings dialog box. All the required files will be copied successfully.

    Copywhiz lets you to choose which type of files to copy & which to ignore – i.e, it lets you to do ‘Selective File Copy’. Pick only those files that are important & avoid files that are not required (Eg. Files that occupy too much space) with Copywhiz. Easily filter files by name, extension, folder etc from a bunch of folders. Complete big file copy tasks with few clicks & save manual effort with Copywhiz.

    For more tutorial videos, check out this page.

    Learn more about Copywhiz. Download the free trial from here.

    Have a good day

    Thanks :)

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    Nov 24 16

    Copy only new & modified files in Windows using an XCopy alternative replacement tool

    by Gautam Jain (Conceptworld)

    Often, we tend to copy the same set of files everyday or every fewer days in order to take backups. This process is very time-consuming especially when we are copying a larger number of files as each & every file will be copied. It’s always easier & better if we can copy only those files that are newly added or recently modified. Although this is possible with Windows XCopy tool, you may not find it as flexible and as user friendly as Copywhiz.

    Enhance your file-copy experience with Copywhiz as it let’s you to have more flexibility & more control over the file-copying process. Here is how Copywhiz makes file copying a breeze:

  • Copy only new or modified files
  • Easily pick files by name, extension, folder etc from bunch of folders
  • Copy files to multiple folders/computers
  • Copy files from multiple folders and paste them at once
  • Pick files from multiple folders and compress in single .zip file
  • Schedule file backups
  • Several more hidden nuggets designed to make your file-copy task easier.
  • Using Xcopy

    The Xcopy command Xcopy Source [Destination] /d copies all Source files that are newer than existing Destination files. This command-line option allows you to update files that have changed.

    Here is the command that is actually being used:

    Xcopy Source [Destination] /d[:mm-dd-yyyy] copies source files changed on or after the specified date only.

    For Ex: To copy all the files in the directory ‘E:data’ that are modified on or after 1 st February 2011 to the folder ‘E:\backup‘, the following command line will be used:

    Xcopy /D:01-02-11 /I E:\data E:\backup

    However, using Xcopy commands are not easy to use. System administrators may be able to use. But Xcopy is not for common users.

    Using Copywhiz:

    To copy only changed files (new and modified) in Windows, follow the steps given below:

    1. Right-click on the folder from which only new or modified files need to be copied and choose Copywhiz–>Copy from the menu as shown below:

    2. Go to the destination folder, right-click on it and select Copywhiz–>Paste Special- ->Paste only new & modified files

    3. If the same folder already exists in the destination, then only new or modified files will be replaced, others will be skipped, saving a lot of time.

    Copywhiz automatically detects new & changed files making the whole process very quick. Alternatively, you can copy files based on specific dates (date modified, date created, date accessed). What could take several hours if done manually, Copywhiz completes it in few seconds. Just, specify the file date type and date range so that the files are copied based on the date criteria. This feature is very useful while sharing/uploading only recently modified files, or taking backup of just new & modified files especially when there are several files to copy or backup or even to pick latest music/pictures from multiple folders.

    Watch a short video that will show you how you can copy only changed files using Copywhiz in Windows: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InocVvRPQbA

    For more tutorial videos, check out this page.

    Learn more about Copywhiz. Download the free trial from here.

    Have a good day

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