Yes, the command you want is XCOPY
Open a Command prompt and type XCOPY /? to see the format of the command.
You can then create a text file with a .BAT extension containing the command and run it whenever you like.
Didn't want to make any assumptions so decided just to give the specifics as well as an example. Hope that was ok.
Another switch I like to use is /D
This is handy when doing things like backing up just data files to another hard drive. This switch will only backup new or changed files. So after the first time a backup is made, it generally goes a lot faster than copying everything all over again.
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