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How to Disable Send To Folder on Windows Explorer Context Menu

On windows explorer context menu, there is a “Send To” command that performs constricted and stiff type of function. But as soon as the users start going to reveal out its capacities and capabilities, they are going to find out that it is one of the most convenient and efficient shortcuts used by the windows hence it is completely and from top to bottom customizable.

By using the send to command, it will help to keep our desktop not to muddle and encumber. Inspite of placing numerous and large number of folders on the desktop, we can easily maintain and keep them in My Documents or some other folder and then use send to option to copy that file in a particular location. But every feature has its own pros and cons and so do the send to option! It is now becoming one of the most exasperating and annoying inconvenience for the users. Many users consider this problem as a nuisance as it specifies and lists every particular information that is registered with it.

But there is a key to get free of the “Send To” menu totally! And you can easily take up this scheme. For this we have to do manual registry hack i.e. user have to click the start button to open up regedit.exe and then navigate down to the following key: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTAllFilesystemObjectsshellexContextMenuHandlersSend The modification will be instantaneous. After navigation, change the value of the registry key back to this :{ 7BA4C740-9E81-11CF-99D3-00AA004AE837. If you want to recover, the user has to download registry hack, than extracting and double-clicking on the Disable Send To. Registered file enters the information into the registry.

This may appear extreme use of strength and potency, but by adopting this approach users will definitely be proficient to disable the “send to” folder on windows explorer context menu.

 


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