You can enhance the value of the Send To menu, making copying files and folders faster, by customizing the menu with your own destinations.
After you right-click a file or folder, you can then click the Send To command to reveal the Windows 7 Send To menu. This handy menu offers a number of destinations, depending on your computer's configuration: Compressed (zipped) Folder, Desktop (create shortcut), Documents, Fax Recipient, and Mail Recipient. You may also see other removable disk drives, such as a recordable CD drive. When you click one of these destinations, Windows 7 sends a copy of the selected file or folder to that location. This is much faster than copying the item, finding and opening the ...
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