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' m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedSSD vs HDD for Network drive and network faster than local drive copying Forum My copying speed over LAN is faster than my upload, help? Forum CUT faster than COPY using mapped folder Forum Solved2 HDDs identical, copied all data, 1 shows more than other? Forum Sata hard drive wont copy any faster than 8mb/s Forum In games everything moves faster than it should Forum Old HD was copied, moved to new HD, old died, data saved, but most files gone? Forum SolvedPlease help with data moving! Forum SolvedWould moving Windows 8 to a USB 3.0 stick boot faster & improve performance? Forum SolvedMoving Data from SSD to SSD Forum SolvedMoving data from HDD to SSD Forum SolvedCopying Recovery data from one hard drive to another Forum SolvedCPU running faster than it should be. Forum SolvedMoving user, public, and app data to another drive or partition. Forum SolvedWhy are larger Solid state drives generally faster at reading and writing data? Forum Solvedsystem becomes slow while copying data Forum SolvedIntel HD graphics family is faster than the dedicated Radeon hd 8670m!? Forum Solved760 acx temps moving higher than expected Forum SolvedWired speeds much faster than wireless Forum SolvedHow Much Faster is Quad Channel RAM Than Dual Channel? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !