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Simple Windows Send to Tips
Most of us know about and
have used the Send to function available in Windows when we right click a file
or folder. You can add a ton of new destinations to the Send to menu if you hold
down the shift key as you right click on that file or folder. Now you can
transfer that file or folder just about anywhere on your PC with the Send to
If the stock Send to options don't fit your needs and holding down
the shift key doesn't offer convenient access to your desired destination when
you right click a file or folder you can try this.
Create shortcuts to
the locations you would like to add to the Send To menu by right-clicking them
and selecting Send to > Desktop (create shortcut). (This will create a shortcut
to your preferred destination on your Desktop.)
Now the fun part: open Windows Explorer, then type
shell:sendto in the location bar at the top and click Enter. Once the
folder where your Send To options reside opens, drag the short cut you created
in to the Send to options folder to add the destination to your Send to menu.
Right click on a file, hover over Send to and your new destination should be
an available option.