How to move a file to a folder of the same name?

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So I have around 60 or thereabouts envelopes in the index in attempting to deal with, and the catalog is for skins of an amusement, so there are numerous records with the same name. I needed to assemble certain things into an organizer so I could undoubtedly get to the greater part of my materials on the double, yet I ran into an issue because of the way that the documents that I endeavored to move were all titled "menu-foundation". It just issues me the choice to overwrite, to skip them. It would be ideal if you Help.

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How to move a file to a folder of the same name?



Keeping files with same name in a folder isn’t possible and doing so will give an error. You can rename the files so that those can be copied into same folder.

Files with same name can’t be present into same folder. That’ll void the system and even if you do by force, it’ll crash the system.

The only way to copy them is through renaming them. Windows’s default copy-pasting system doesn’t allow so. That’s why you should use any third party software. Teracoy is one of the best of all file copying software. While copy-pasting, if any confliction found, it’ll ask for your choice. Then, you can select “Rename”. There’s a “All” button that’ll enable the function for all such conflicts. 

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