Reveal The Hidden Menu Items In “Send To” Menu In Windows 7

Simple Trick For Revealing The Hidden Menu Items In “Send To” Menu In Windows 7

In all Windows Operating Systems, the option “Send To” which appears in the right-click context menu allows you to send any file or folder to another destination easily and instantly. The “Send To” feature basically copies the files/ folders to the destined location.

The moment you take your mouse pointer to the “Send To” option, you will get a submenu which typically displays menu items which include Desktop (create shortcut), Compressed (zipped) Folder, Mail Recipient, Documents, CD/DVD RW Drive, Fax Recipient etc.

Normally, if you wish to copy or send files/ folders to other destination folders such as My Documents, Downloads, My Pictures, My Music, Saved Games, My Videos, etc., which are not present in “Send To” menu by default, you need to add them to “Send To” menu or copy and paste the files/ folders to the preferred destination manually.

However, this is not the case with Windows 7. In Windows 7, you do not need to follow this lengthy procedure of adding your preferred destination folders to “Send To” menu anymore. Windows 7 comes with a hidden expansion to your “Send To” menu.

 

To activate this hidden expansion, you need to simply press and hold the “Shift” key, while you right-click on a file or folder. Microsoft has implemented this technique in Windows 7 and Vista for revealing hidden context menu items such as options for opening Command Window, copying as path etc. as well as for revealing the right-click context menu for Taskbar’s pinned icons.

As “Send To” is one of the items in the right-click context menu, when you press and hold the “Shift” key while right-clicking on a file or folder, not only will the right-click context menu reveal extra hidden items, you will see some extra/hidden folders and directories in “Send To” submenu as well. The folders and directories displayed will belong to the current logged on user.

The extra/hidden items which will be revealed in “Send To” menu include folders such as Desktop, Contacts, Downloads, Links, Favorites, My Music, My Documents, My Pictures, Saved Games, My Videos, Tracing and Searches.

How Can I Improve, Enhance, Make Better Browsing Experience With Internet Explorer

Tweak Internet Explorer to Enhance Speed

Most Internet Explorer (IE) users complain about its slow speed, and how much time it takes to start up, and load web pages. However, a few tweaks will ensure that your IE experience becomes twice as fast. This article will tell you how to carry out these minor modifications – all you have to do is follow the steps listed out below.

IE Tweak 1

  1. Launch Internet Explorer, and select the option Tools -> Internet Options.
  2. Select the Advanced tab.
  3. In the Settings field, scroll down to the heading called Multimedia. There, you have to clear the check-boxes next to the following options (as per your preference):
    1. Play animations in webpages
    2. Play sounds in webpages
    3. Show pictures
  4. Click on Apply, and then OK.

However, the problem with this tweak is that it will greatly restrict your internet experience – all at the cost of speed. This might not be an attractive option to many.

IE Tweak 2

  1. Again, open the Internet Options dialog.
  2. Select the Content tab.
  3. Under the AutoComplete section, click on the tab that says Settings.
  4. Clear the check-boxes next to the Forms and User names and password on forms options.
  5. Click on OK.
  6. Click on OK at the Internet Options dialog.

IE Tweak 3

  1. Open the Internet Options dialog, and select the Security tab.
  2. Under the Security level for this zone section, click on the tab that says – Custom Level…
  3. In the list that you see, select the Disable option for any (or all) of the following:
    1. ActiveX controls and plugins
    2. Java
    3. Scripting
  4. Click on OK.
  5. Click on OK in the Internet Options dialog.

This tweak too, like Tweak 1 above, will greatly limit your internet browsing experience and you might not like it. However, if you want speed at all costs, it might be worth it.