Tuesday, March 31, 2009

[TechRepublic] Add Copy To and Move To commands to Windows XP Explorer with this registry hack

March 31, 2009

Add Copy To and Move To commands to Windows XP Explorer with this registry hack

IT DojoBusy IT professionals know that every little shortcut is important. Simple hacks help you customize your tools to fit your work habits--saving you valuable time. Bill Detwiler shows you a quick Windows XP Registry hack that adds the Copy To and Move To commands to your Explorer context menu.

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