Windows 10: PCloud - how to transfer 1500 odd pics at once ?

  1.    13 Jul 2017 #1

    PCloud - how to transfer 1500 odd pics at once ?


    Anyone any experience with PCloud ? I've uploaded about 1500 odd family pics ok but cannot find a way to transfer all of them at once into My Pics folder, only one by one ....!

    Thanks
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       13 Jul 2017 #2

    I've uploaded about 1500 odd family pics
    What about the even ones? LOL

    Most file management programs allow clicking the first desired in a list then while holding down the Shift key click the last one desired, should highlight those and all in between then drag the group to the other destination. If wanting random items hold down the Ctrl key and click each one desired. Might give that a try.
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       13 Jul 2017 #3

    Arcadian said: View Post
    Anyone any experience with PCloud ? I've uploaded about 1500 odd family pics ok but cannot find a way to transfer all of them at once into My Pics folder, only one by one ....!

    Thanks
    This is from their FAQ. Maybe CTRL-A (select all) would check them all. Or look for an option that says check all.

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  4.    13 Jul 2017 #4

    Berton said: View Post
    What about the even ones? LOL

    Most file management programs allow clicking the first desired in a list then while holding down the Shift key click the last one desired, should highlight those and all in between then drag the group to the other destination. If wanting random items hold down the Ctrl key and click each one desired. Might give that a try.
    Lol they've not been told yet....

    Hadn't tried it earlier but unfortunately it didn't work either. It's a good product but their support is virtually nil as all I can find is to send them an email....
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  5.    13 Jul 2017 #5

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    This is from their FAQ. Maybe CTRL-A (select all) would check them all. Or look for an option that says check all.

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    I think that's the one you have to tick each box separately. Strange you can't select all of the pics at once though....?
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       13 Jul 2017 #6

    Arcadian said: View Post
    I think that's the one you have to tick each box separately. Strange you can't select all of the pics at once though....?
    There's a lazy programmer out there somewhere......
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       13 Jul 2017 #7

    I also should have mentioned File Explorer on my computers didn't have the check boxes showing by default, it is a choice in the View tab, Options, View tab at the bottom where it can be checked.
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  •    13 Jul 2017 #8

    Strange I can't find the View Tab or Options now....
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  •    13 Jul 2017 #9

    Why not use Google photo app you just give it top folder and it does it all on its own and will backup new photos automatically. It's free and unlimited I backed up 75000
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  •    13 Jul 2017 #10

    Thanks and to answer your question. After years of wading through the pathetic Google Hampton Court Maze and overwhelming jungle of in particular GMail security and proof, spending many costly and expensive hours of who you are or might or might not be, same as Amazon both leviathans who have now grown so big they've lost touch with reality and the ordinary guy on the street, PCloud is a breath of fresh genuine and simple air.

    And why I'm enjoying going back to simple basics same as things were with Windows 98....
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