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Add Copy To/Move To to context menu

Postby bem » Sat Feb 09, 2008 1:54 am

This little tweak has saved me many, many mouse and keyboard actions over the years. It is one of several small script packages that I simply cannot function without. It comes with Vista, so it can't be a bad idea, right? :D

Many programs that advertise the same features are out there, from free to pay, but most have a GUI with a 'Swiss Army Knife' approach that defeats the whole purpose of fast and easy. This simplistic script is a one time install that adds the obvious and nothing else, and comes with an uninstall script as well. To the best of my knowledge, it will run on any Windows version (except probably Vista, which I have not tested yet). I would not be surprised to hear that it runs on other OS's that support script as well. The entire download is a respectable 2.28 KB.

Original source referece: http://www.langa.com/newsletters/2002/2002-07-29.htm

Author's Homepage and download: http://www.jasons-toolbox.com/?page_id=13
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Re: Add Copy To/Move To to context menu

Postby bem » Fri Mar 07, 2008 4:27 am

While searching for ME help for an older friend with an older PC I stumbled across the original source for this tight little program. Courtesy of a page worth a read on Karen Bannan's site, Karen's Power Tools. (http://www.karenware.com/) The principal contributors of the venerable Windows Magazine have gone on to varied and distinguished careers on the web. Most of them are 'must have' newsletter writers known to anyone who has been on the web for more than a day.

This little proggy and a couple of other neat and clean scripts are the efforts of Jason Levine and are available at his website, Jason's Toolbox. (http://www.jasons-toolbox.com/) In an age of internet anonymity I feel strongly about giving credit where its due. The link in the original post will be updated to reflect this.

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