Second, users will be able to stop, pause, and establish again each file being imitative or moved and view the source or purpose folder while the process is running.
Third, Microsoft's estimate on how long a file will take to copy or move have always been something of a joke, which Simons even admitted in his blog. We've all see file copy messages that become changing the estimate dramatically, jumping from impressive like 5 minutes to 1 hour and then to 15 minutes and then back to an hour.
Instead of guess how long a file will take to copy, Microsoft Windows 8 will offer a new graph detailing the data transfer speed, the transport rate trend, and how much data is left to transfer. Though that sound more complicated than a simple estimate, it promise to be more accurate.
Windows 8 will in attendance a clearer dialog box in the event of duplicate filenames.
As one final tweak that should make somebody's day a lot of people, Microsoft is doing away with some of the redundant and often annoying dialog boxes that appear when managing files, such as, "Are you sure you fancy to delete this file?" or "Are you sure you want to merge these folders?"
All of the new file management improvements add up to "building a appreciably improved copy experience, one that is unified, concise, and clear, and which puts you in control of your experience,"