In Windows, in the contextual right-click menu there is a "Send To" option but no option for "Copy To". The "Copy To" option exists, but it is disabled by default so that it doesn't show up when you right-click. If you want to add the "Copy To" menu back, you can do so with a registry hack.

To enable the "Copy To" option, run the regedit program by going to Start -> Run, and entering regedit and hitting Enter. Once the registry editor is open, navigate to the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT + AllFilesystemObjects + shellex + ContextMenuHandlers section. You'll see the "Send To" entry there as an entry under this. Right-click on the ContextMenuHandlers entry and select New > Key from the list.

Name the new key Copy To. In the right pane, you will see an entry called Default, double click on thus entyr and enter a value of {C2FBB630-2971-11D1-A18C-00C04FD75D13} (yeah, the braces and everything). Once done editing, close the registry editor.


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