CopyToFlash is a USB tool designed for copying content to multiple flash drives for distribution purposes.
CopyToFlash works by starting a drive monitor to detect when a flash drive is plugged into the system. Once the flash drive is discovered, it copies the content to the flash drive. From there, it then waits on removal and insertion of a new flash drive before copying the content again to the new drive â€“ all accomplished with zero-clicks (after the initial content selection, that is.)
Hereâ€™s the CopyToFlash process:
Browse for / select a directory.
Click Start Monitoring! (a new status window will appear, waiting on the first flash drive.)
Insert the flash drive, wait for the copy to complete (an alert will sound), then remove the flash drive.
Repeat step 4 until you are done.
Click the taskbar icon to restore the minimized CopyToFlash window, and click Stop Monitoring!
So it does everything but the physical stuff. Behind the scenes, youâ€™ll see CopyToFlash utilize Robocopy for the copying process, in order to avoid max path limitations and to only copy files if they are newer than the destination files.