Copying or moving files is one of the unavoidable chores
of any computer user. KaVoom! allows you to copy or
files from one computer to another using the copy and
paste commands in Explorer.
In order to copy a file, it must reside in a directory
that is shared and is accessible from the other computer.
For example, to copy C:\MyPhotos\photo.jpg, either C:\
or C:\MyPhotos must be shared. If both are shared, KaVoom!
uses the longest one, i.e., the share point closest
to the file being copied. KaVoom! will display a helpful
error message if you attempt to copy a file that is
not being shared.
As usual, the proper permissions are required. The user
who is logged on at the destination computer must have
read access to the file itself and to the share point
from which the file is being shared.
Files can be copied from primary to secondary, secondary
to primary, or secondary to secondary.