Send To Toys.

Hands up everyone who knows about Send To in Window$. (Hint: Right Click on a file on your desktop… it’s about halfway down)
Hands up everyone who thinks “Who Cares”

Well as it comes straight out of the box it isn’t that useful apart from making shortcuts. But Send To Toys 2.4 by :: :: really turns it into something indispensable (I ‘m sure that’s a word)SendTo Example

Send To Toys is an enhancement of the boring Send To system menu. It allows you to manage the Send To system menu content, and configure the Send To Toys settings to do some really useful things. Here are a few

  • “Add to Send To menu” and “Remove from Send To menu” allows you to personalize the Send To system menu for drives, folders, and programs.
  • Send To “Clipboard (as name)” copies the name of the file or files to the clipboard. Hold down the CTRL key to change the settings for this extension.
  • Send To “Clipboard” command line utility copies the output of a command to the clipboard. Type SENDTOCLIP /? at the command prompt for more information.
  • Send To “Command Prompt” opens a DOS console window, setting the current directory to the selected folder.
  • Send To “Favorites” adds a shortcut to your Favorites list. Hold down the CTRL key for the “Add Favorite” dialog.
  • Send To “Folder…” sends a file or files to another folder, you will be shown a dialog box that lets you choose where the files should be copied.
  • Send To “Quick Launch” adds a shortcut to the Quick Launch toolbar. (Like anyone has space left there)
  • Send To “Recycle Bin” send a file or files to the Recycle Bin. Hold down the CTRL key to perform a file shredding.
  • Send To “Run…” sends a file or files to the Run command dialog.

Best of all it’s Freeware and runs on Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, and 2003 Server.


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