Automatically rename existing files when copying files in Windows using Copywhiz.
During your file copying process, you often get a pop up notifying that the file already exists in the destination. You are then asked if you want to replace or skip or keep both the files. Copywhiz can automatically rename the destination files. Plus you can also specify a rename suffix of your choice. This is useful to differentiate the older file with newer file. You can suffix the file with terms like ‘_old’ etc.
The advantage with Copywhiz is that you can pre-configure this setting so that such questions will not be asked in the middle of a file copying process.
Enhance your file-copy experience with Copywhiz as it lets 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
- Paste by date created or modified or accessed.
- 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
- And several more hidden nuggets designed to make your file-copy task easier.
- From the Copywhiz main window, click on the ‘Advanced Settings’ button.
- Click on the ‘General’ settings tab which is next to the Filter option.
- Under the File Replace options, select ‘Rename Destination file’.
- Click on ‘OK’ and ‘Paste Now’.
This is totally free from any complications. Your manual efforts are saved to a great extent and is a total time saver. It is easy to use even for a person trying it out the first time. This option is also available in the “File Replace Window”.
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