Moving data is faster than copying Tags: Partition Windows XP Last response: May 20, 2010 4:37 PM in Windows XP Share double dragon May 20, 2010 8:42:58 AM Hello, which is faster when transfering files across different partition.... is cut/paste faster then copy paste or vice versa...... and why is so More about : moving data faster copying mibix19 May 20, 2010 4:37:17 PM What about right click 'Send To' Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How you know what HD is faster than another? Forum Sata hard drive wont copy any faster than 8mb/s Forum Does the WD Raptor X HD really faster than other 7200rpm HD? Forum PC Graphics Faster Than "PS3" ? Forum Should not RAID 1 be faster than RAID 0 for reads? Forum Is 64-bit Vista really faster than 32-bit in practice? Forum Copying Files from HD with Bad Sectors Forum NTFS faster than FAT32 in WinXP OS ? Forum Moving data over to new system - how would you.... ? Forum How much faster will SSD be than this? Forum Move gaming folder to external drive for better performance? See data : Forum Copying of files is a better alternative to defragging? Forum Sata I drive faster /more stable than *NEW* SATA II drive Forum How do I move ALL data from 1 drive to 3 drives (on Raid5)? Forum Error while copying data I/O device error Forum Getting past administrative password Forum Data Recovery after formatting Forum How to take data off a computer with a unkwown password Forum Moving hard drive to external enclosure - how?! Forum Newbie:reading data on computer Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !