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When transferring files out of your computer in Windows 7 or 8, you will normally right click on the required file, then select the ‘Send to’ option. You can then send the file via Bluetooth, third-party services like Dropbox or Evernote among a few other destinations.
However, some of these destinations may not be what you need or even use at all. Wouldn’t it prefer to customize these destinations as you like?
With a little tweak in Windows operating system you can add more locations to ‘Send to’ without the need of any external softwares.
- Getting Started
- To add more locations to the ‘Send to’ menu, search for ‘Run’ from the Windows Start Menu.
- In the box that pops up, type ‘shell:sendto’ and press Enter.
- You will arrive at a folder where you can add in your choice of destinations. To add, just drag and drop the location icon or copy and paste the shortcut of the destination you want.
- Check to see if your destination as been added, just right-click on any file and hover over ‘Send to’.
- You can insert as many destinations as needed under the ‘Send to’ option.