Tips to Windows® 7 – Merge files
Simply rename the folder to merge the files together.
The users normally face a lot of problem, when they cut certain content from one file and paste it to other.
Till now you must have encountered a lot of problem to cut all the files from one folder and paste it to other but now you have the far more easier way to deal with cut and copy function from any file to other folder with merge feature in Windows 7.
Now you don't require to copy or paste the contents of two directories if you want to combine them - now they can be easily merged in Windows 7. Although this feature was included in Window Vista, , now it comes with better functioning in Windows 7.
The merging feature has the capability to merge the two folders that are differently named at the root folder level. Its very obvious that Windows will complain if you tried to rename the already existing folder; but this feature actually triggers the merge dialog confirmation window.
Whenever you copy a folder with the same name into same location as another folder, Windows prompt you to merge the two folders - trigger the merge process by simply renaming one folder to the same name as the other. Then you will be prompted to replace the file with the same name, but you will have the single merged folder at the end. The Windows always prompt for confirmation before merging the folders content.
Suppose you have two folders with names A1 and A3, and you have just renamed A3 to A1 the computer will prompt you about the change. This newer function in Windows 7 will now ask you to merge the folders in to one, as you have given the same name to the folders. The folders will be merged if you confirm the merging of the files of the folder. This is one of the basic folder management interaction through Windows Internet Explorer.