How to Get Windows Vista and 7’s “Copy as Path” Option in Windows XP Context Menu?
Windows Vista and 7 provides a very useful option "Copy as Path" which appears whenever you right-click on a file/folder. You might need to press "Shift" key while right-clicking on the file/folder. This option automatically copies the full path of selected file/folder which can be used anywhere else.
If you are using Windows XP and want to get a similar option, this tutorial will definitely help you.
We are going to share 2 small and useful free utilities which can bring the same option to Windows XP context menu (All these utilities also work in Windows Vista and 7):
- Nenotech Path Copy
"PathCopyEx" is a very small utility created by "Mike Lin". It adds an extra option "Copy Path to Clipboard" to file/folder context menu.
You can download it using following link:
PS: Right-click on the above link and select "Save link as" or similar option to download it.
Neotech Path Copy
"Neotech Path Copy" is another excellent utility which adds a new option "Copy Path" to file/folder context menu which allows you to copy full/short name, path, etc of the selected file/folder.
You can also customize which entries should be shown in "Copy Path" context menu using its "Setup" option.
You can download it using any of following link:
Let us know your opinion about these small utilities.
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