What with Windows 10 about get rid of CMD.Exe, I've switched everything to your lovely TCC/LE, thanks for making it! I have certain batch files that use an obscure copy command to set timestamp of a file: copy <filename.ext> + <filename.ext> /y This returns right away in cmd.exe with the only result being the updated timestamp on <filename.ext>. I get a "Contents lost before copy" error with TCC/LE. Now, this might happen because TCC/LE fixed some sort of copy bug that I've been exploiting for awhile, and I know that I can just download a touch.exe. Reporting it just in case it's a compatibility oversight. Thanks again!