PowerShell is a powerful scripting language that is well-suited for tasks like this. Here’s an example PowerShell script that reads a list of filenames from a text file and copies them from one folder to another:

# Specify the paths
$sourceFolder = "C:\Path\To\Source\Folder"
$destinationFolder = "C:\Path\To\Destination\Folder"
$filenameListPath = "C:\Path\To\FilenameList.txt"

# Read the list of filenames from the text file
$filenames = Get-Content $filenameListPath

# Ensure the destination folder exists, create it if necessary
New-Item -ItemType Directory -Force -Path $destinationFolder

# Iterate through the filenames and copy them to the destination folder
foreach ($filename in $filenames) {
    $sourcePath = Join-Path -Path $sourceFolder -ChildPath $filename
    $destinationPath = Join-Path -Path $destinationFolder -ChildPath $filename

    if (Test-Path $sourcePath) {
        Copy-Item -Path $sourcePath -Destination $destinationPath -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
        Write-Host "File '$filename' copied to '$destinationFolder'"
    } else {
        Write-Host "File '$filename' not found in '$sourceFolder'"

Replace "C:\Path\To\Source\Folder", "C:\Path\To\Destination\Folder", and "C:\Path\To\FilenameList.txt" with your actual source folder, destination folder, and the path to your filename list, respectively.

Save this script with a .ps1 extension (e.g., CopyFiles.ps1) and execute it in a PowerShell environment.

This script will copy files from the source folder to the destination folder based on the filenames listed in the text file. If a file is not found in the source folder, it will display a message indicating that the file was not found.