Sometimes I have to copy or move a very large folder to another spot on the hard drive. There is absolutely nothing more annoying then when it is almost finished with this thirty minute to hour long process then when I get an error like "Cannot copy this file because it is in use" and the ENTIRE process is canceled, and puts everything back to where it was before. I don't know, but it just seems totally ridiculous that instead of leaving that single file alone, it has to undo the entire process making you start all over again.
Is anyone here familiar with the xcopy command line tool? There are parameters that you can set that makes it follow certain rules; one of these rules is that it will ignore errors and copy all the files it can, then tell you which ones weren't copied at the end. If this was implemented into the regular Copy/Move/Paste shell function in Windows Seven, then that would be VERY useful for the above scenario.