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Re: Backup

Nathan wrote:
In other words, this xcopy command will copy only files you have
changed since the last backup (which turns their archive bit on),
*minus* those whose archive bit you have turned off with Attrib.
I used to do that, but find it easier to periodically delete from the main
drive the junk files (especially the cached URLs--what clutter!). The /d
switch for xcopy32 automatically selects for copying only those files with
a date more recent than what's already on your backup drive with the same


Harry Binswanger