Add Copy To Move To, To The Right-Click Menu Windows 7

This function is to enable the operation as convinient as possible. What you need to do is just download and install a registry script for Windows that will let you add a Copy To Folder or Move To Folder to the right-click menu, which can be very useful when you want to move a file but don’t have the other folder open already.

Option 1 Registry Script Easy way

Download the Registry Script here, unzip, and double-click on the registry files, when a dialog box appears, click Continue and then it can be used in your Right-Click menu.

Right-click on a file,And up pops a nice dialog that you can use to easily drop a file into the right directory.

Tips: It can also be used in Windows XP and Vista.

Option 2 Manually Hard way

  1. Type “regedit” in Start Menu search box to open the Registry Editor.
  2. Locate HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT > AllFileSystemObjects > shellex > ContextMenuHandlers.
  3. Right-click “ContextMenuHadlers” and select “New > Key”.
  4. Rename the key to “Copy To”.
  5. Modify the default value of newly created key “Copy To”. Right-click “Default” in the right pane, select “Modify” and paste the following value in the “Value Data” field:{C2FBB630-2971-11D1-A18C-00C04FD75D13}
  6. .Follow the same procedure for creating a new key named “Move To” and paste the following value in the “Value Data” field:{C2FBB631-2971-11D1-A18C-00C04FD75D13}
  7. .Close the Registry editor and right-click any icon to observe the newly added options in the context-menu.

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