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How to Merge Folders on Mac OS X Without Losing All Your Files (Seriously)

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/06/22

And still the UI has not improved:

The default folder-merge behavior in Mac OS X is to erase the existing folder, deleting all its files rather than offering to merge them intelligently. Windows and Linux file managers have offered folder-merging for decades, but Macs still don’t.

[WayBack]How to Merge Folders on Mac OS X Without Losing All Your Files (Seriously)

Via: [WayBack] Yes, you’re reading that right — try to merge a folder like you would on Windows or Linux and you’ll lose all the old folder’s files if you click Replace… – Roderick Gadellaa – Google+


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