You can copy only folders (without files) in Windows using the xcopy command in the Command Prompt. Here’s how you can do it:

  1. Open Command Prompt. You can do this by searching for cmd in the Start menu or by pressing Win + R, typing cmd, and pressing Enter.
  2. Use the xcopy command with the /T /E options. The /T option copies the directory structure (but not the files) and the /E option includes empty directories. Here’s an example:
xcopy "source_directory" "destination_directory" /T /E

Replace source_directory with the path of the directory you want to copy and destination_directory with the path where you want to copy the directory to.

For example, if you want to copy the directory structure of C:\Users\YourName\Documents to D:\Backup, you would use the following command:

xcopy "C:\Users\YourName\Documents" "D:\Backup" /T /E

This will create a copy of the Documents directory structure in the Backup directory, but it won’t copy any files.