Okay, I give up. Why didn't you *TRY* it???
But, really. All you had to do to understand the difference is to open a DOS command window and try a COPY command. And then a MOVE command.
Yes, Windows supports both and always has. MOVE does *NOT* "delete from the source folder" because it does *NOT* perform a copy operation, AT ALL! It actually *DOES* just MOVE the *directory entry* without ever touching the actual file. It is MUCH MUCH more efficient than a copy-and-delete operation ever could be.
If you thought that files on disk are PHYSICALLY placed in certain parts of the disk and that a directory represents some sort of reserved chunk of the disk, you are only about 45 years too late. Yes, I remember encountering primitive operating systems that did that...maybe even as late as 35 years ago...but has never been true of any operating system from MS DOS on forward. And ditto for many systems prior to MS DOS. (Come to think of it, even including an OS file system I wrote back in the 70s.)