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'Move To' command?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Mikalias, Jul 14, 2007.

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  1. Mikalias

    Mikalias Thread Starter

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    With windows XP you could left click on a file and then right click and select 'Move To', to move a file to a another location. There was a 'Copy', 'Move to' commands but they are not on the drop down menu on Vista. Is there any way to get those back? Or how do you move or copy files without dragging them onto a new location?

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  2. Elvandil

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    You or someone else must have added that to XP.

    There were some problems with that---some Start menu clicks opened installers. So, I switched to FileTargets which I also use in Vista.
     
  3. uhaligani

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    Run this reg file and you will get them back in Vista.
     

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