On Linux, there is a bash command to copy files, and if the file is already in the destination, to take the newer one based on its timestamp.
cp -u source destination
The description of this option is:
-u, --update - Copy only when the source file is newer than the destination file or when the destination file is missing.
Is there such a command for Windows Command Prompt as well? Or can I achieve the same result via other relatively simple means (for free)?