Re: Copying a file

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by dadiOH, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. dadiOH

    dadiOH Guest

    wrote:
    > Just curious. If I have a file, say an .mp3 file in a folder called
    > Music, then I copy it to another folder that I use for uploading to a
    > web site, are there now two complete .mp3 files on my hard drive, or
    > is it just the original with a smaller file pointing to it? Thanks.


    Since you are not into viewing the sizes of the two files to determine their
    characteristics, I shall answer your question: "copy" means "to duplicate".

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