I’ve got a 20 gig MP3 folder on an external hard drive, which I want to copy to my C: drive. My C: drive already has 2/3 of the MP3s on it, and I don’t want to overwrite them - just add the other 1/3.
If I use Windows to copy the external drive’s MP3 folder over the top of the C: drive’s MP3 folder, I get the choice to overwrite all duplicate files automatically - but if I don’t want to overwrite the files, I have to say “no” each and every time - which is a pain as there are thousands of MP3s.
Is there a way to make Windows automatically ignore duplicate files and only copy the ones that don’t already reside on my C: drive?
(Hope I explained that well enough. Thanks!)