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PC Commands: Copy, Xcopy, Chkdsk, Scandisk

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Explain the difference between the Copy command and the Xcopy command. Explain the difference between the Chkdsk and Scandisk commands.

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* The COPY command is an internal command. It comes built-in to Command.Com and gets loaded up when Command.Com loads. You don't have to do anything - it is available by virtue of the computer being turned on.
Link: http://www.melbpc.org.au/pcupdate/9200/9207article3.htm

* XCOPY is a PC command used for ...

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