How to Add 'Move to' and 'Copy to' to the Context Menu in Windows 10


In Windows 10, certain functions are used more frequently than others, for example, Cut and Copy & Paste. Although it strives to be the most flexible operating system, Microsoft Windows 10 still has a few quirks, especially power users, would like to change.

Some of you want to add some features to correct these quirks, for instance, copy or move files to a folder easily and quickly rather than Cut and Copy & Paste.

In the right-click menu of Windows Explorer, there are not ‘Copy to’ and ‘Move to’ commands. Since Windows XP, some versions of these tweaks have been around but Microsoft obstinately decides not to add them as the default OS functionality. As a result, you need to do it yourself.

And if you add these commands, faster access to file transfer will be enabled, which can help you save some time. So, how to add “Copy To” & “Move To” shortcut in Windows 10 File Explorer without wasting any time? Let’s go to the following part.

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