I have a little observational question regarding the Copy Paste Function of the MAC Tiger OS X System i am running........ I just copied around 200 GB of data onto another harddrive i have... All i did was select all, and type: Command + C and then Command + V to paste the drive into my other drive.... What i wanted to ask was: How in the world can the OS copy 200 GB in a matter of 1 second ?! that's all it took to copy the 200 GB.... I am just very curious to know how a little Command + C, can so quickly copy 200 + GB of data....??!!