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Send To Windows (How to)

Windows ‘Send To’ option helps you instantly transfer your file from one location to a specified location. Just right click on a file and choose Send to option. Easy like that. However, by default, the Send To menu has only a few commands as shown in the images below. Do you know how to add more entries to the Windows “Send to” menu?

If you want to add more entries to the Windows SendTo menu, you can directly add them to the Send To folder (see how it below), or you can use the free tool sendtosendto to do the same.

To add the entries manually to the Send To folder

In Windows 7, go to: C:/Users/username/AppData/Roaming/Microsoft/Windows/SendTo and add here the new location. (Right click - New – Shortcut – and select desired location)

In Windows XP go to C:/Document and Settings/User/SendTo and add here the new location (Right click - New – Shortcut – and select desired location)

 Sendtosendto is a small tool that lets its user easily add new entries to the SendTo folder. Install it; it will add ‘Add here’ options to SendTo menu (see screenshot above). Just mark any file, go to the SendTo folder, and click on 'Add here'.

Sendtosendto can download for Windows XP, Vista and Win 7 at source here.


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