We humans keep copying files onto various locations on the hard disk. While Copying is just a right-click copy & paste operation. It can be made even simpler to just a click. We may add a “Copy To” option to the right-click context menu. We can simply add a registry key for the context menu to display the “Copy To” option.
WARNING:You are editing the registry at your own risk. I will
not be responsible for any malfunction or data loss that this
may cause to your system
To do this,
1. Click Start – Run, type “REGEDIT” and press ENTER.
2. Once the Windows Registry Editor opens, navigate to
3. Create new subkey [right-click ContextMenuHandlers key, select New and then Key] and rename it as “Copy To”
4. Click the “Copy To” key to select and in the rightpane, right-click the “default” registry value and select “Modify”.
5. Enter the “Value Data” as
6. Click OK and close the Registry editor.
Now, right click on a file or a folder, you may see a “Copy To” option available from where you can select the location to copy the file.
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