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Add Copy To and Move To option to right click - How to?



    Add Copy to and Move to functionality in Windows it allows you to right click on a file, select Copy To Folder or Move To Folder, and copy or move your files without going to the target folder or drive. The right click Context Menu in Windows saves a lot of time performing various actions. Not everything you may want is included though. I always liked the move to and copy to feature in windows but unfortunately its hidden in widows. Some time it becomes very boring to copy or move some files or folders to any other drive So why don't we add Copy To and Move To options in windows explorer right-click menu? as we are daily computer freaks and do so many copy's and so many move's. Add Copy To Folder / Move To to Folder is a nice command to perform Copy and Move quickly. For those of you that want to add Copy To and Move To to the right click context menu here's a quick way. Just follow the steps below to add this functionality in your computer and save your time.

Steps to add Copy to and Move to option to your Computer:

  • Click on Start.
  • Click on Run.
  • then type this command to open the Registry Editor:
  • regedit
  • click on OK.
  • Then Follow the path in the Registry Editor:
    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT >> AllFilesystemObjects >> shellex >> ContextMenuHandlers
  • Right-Click on ContextMenuHandlers folder then:
    New >> Key
  • Give it this name:
  • Copy To
  • Click on Copy To folder, in right side Double-Click on Default
  • Give it, this Value:
  • {C2FBB630-2971-11d1-A18C-00C04FD75D13}
  • Click OK.
    Bingo! Copy To have been added to your computer!.
    We return to the same path, to add Move To option.
  • Right-Click on ContextMenuHandlers folder then:
  • New >> Key
  • Give it, this name:
  • Move To
  • Click on Move To folder, in the right side Double-Click on Default.
  • Give it, this Value:
  • {C2FBB631-2971-11D1-A18C-00C04FD75D13}
  • Click OK.
    Congratulations! Move To have been added to your computer.
    Now Close the Registry Editor, and right click on anything you want to move or copy it, you will notice the two options in the drop menu.
    That’s it!!
    If you have any doubts in this Trick then Please feel free to ask in the comment section below. Enjoy..!!

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