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Batch copying folders is a very tiring job, first, we have to clean up all files in every folder or subfolder, only after that repeated hard work, you can duplicate the whole directory structure, and in this progress it is hard to avoid mistakes. So, we must find a easier way.
TreeCopy is a directory structure copying application, with it you can copy the whole directory structure of a drive or a folder (including subfolder) to any other place, and the key point is it copies the “structure” only, not includes any files inside – this is exactly what we want, right?
Although has a simple function, yet just this function is very practical sometimes or for somebody. For example, if you want to share your personal classification structure of computer resources which set up over years to friends, then TreeCopy is the most appropriate one undoubtedly, copy to a new folder, all things done.
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