I’m sure you all have special folders on your PC that you’ll want to be accessed as easy as possible . Thanks to the Send to Toys freeware tou can now do that from your contextual menu .
Once I have too many items on my desktop or in my download folder I typically go on a cleanup spree, moving all of these items into appropriate folders on my computer’s hard drive. “Send to Any” allows you to add any number of folders to Windows’ right-click send-to menu, allowing you to quickly move or copy items to your favorite folders no matter where you are or what files or folders you are working with, and making the “send to” menu infinitely more useful as a consequence. Also, the “send to” menu seems to be exactly where these folders ought to be. So all you have to do is to install this freeware and you’re good to go.
Download it from here!
If you’re having trouble finding the install just hit CTRL+F and type send to toys . The download link is positioned on the right side at the bottom of the product . I only added this additional information ’cause the typing was actually really small.
Installation and configuration
The installation is quite easy . Just hit next a couple of times (No additional configurations).
Now there isn’t any available tutorial for this program so i’ll take a tour of the configuration file : Configure send to toys
This file you will find with your search engine from startup.If you’re on Windows Xp just go to -> All programs->Configure send to toys . It should be on the upper side of your start menu in All programs as a separate file(it is not included in a folder).
Run the file and it will open a simple window like the one below.
The window has 4 tabs . The first tab shows you what you already have on your Send to contextual menu . You can use the add / remove buttons to add or remove folders or applications on your system .
The second tab deals with common problems related to transfer files .
It is very useful to check the Open destination on completion checkbox , so you can check your results .And you can also check which radio button pleases you the most . The 4 radio buttons asks you which folder you should have on your send to-> folder (option) . So , for example if you check the first radio button you will have the last folder used for transfering files . In case you haven’t used yet , it will open with a management file system similar to Windows explorer .
The Clipboard(the third one) tab shows you some of the great options for the “Send to Clipboard (as name)” item… you can choose whether or not you want quotes, and whether you want files to be separated on different lines, if you send multiple files to the clipboard.
The Default Mail Recipient tab (the fourth tab)helps you choose a default mail adress where you can send files. The idea is that you can specify a single mail recipient to send a file to. If you want to have a default mail recipient than complete the to field with a valid adress mail (for test) . To use this feature go to a file , make a right click ->send to -> mail recipient . This will open your default client mail on Windows (for example Outlook) and if you already completed a e-mail adress on the fourth tab , that adress will appear on your mail client .
This freeware allows you to easily send your files anywhere within your computer, although the program lacks a help file for beginners. After installation, users can configure where they want files to be moved to. Afterward, the program creates a tabbed Control Panel applet allowing you to add and remove folders or programs in the Send To menu.
The program then sits idly by until you right-click a file or folder. It can then be accessed in the Send To menu. Move your files or folders anywhere you like: the Clipboard, the command prompt, the Quick Launch menu, the Recycle Bin, and the Run command dialog box.
We found it easier to manage our files with this program, as it extends Send To menu capabilities. All users can try this application that simply extends the reach of the Send To menu.
The producer description
Send To Toys is an enhancement of the Send To system menu.
– Send To Toys Control Panel Applet allows you to manage the Send To system menu content, and configure the various Send To Toys settings.
– “Add to Send To menu” and “Remove from Send To menu” allows you to personalize the Send To system menu for drives, folders, and programs.
– Send To “Clipboard (as content)” copies the content of the file to the clipboard. Supports the most common text and image file formats.
– Send To “Clipboard (as name)” copies the name of the file or files to the clipboard. Hold down the CTRL key to change the settings for this extension.
– Send To “Clipboard” command line utility copies the output of a command to the clipboard. Type SENDTOCLIP /? at the command prompt for more information.
– Send To “Command Prompt” opens a DOS console window, setting the current directory to the selected folder. If the selection was a file, the folder containing the file will be the active directory and the name of the file will be typed for you at the prompt. Hold down the CTRL key to change the active directory to a different folder. Hold down the SHIFT key to force the use of the COMMAND.COM regardless of the Windows version.
– Send To “Default Mail Recipient” creates a new e-mail with attachments and predefined defaults for the recipients, subject, and message. Hold down the CTRL key to change the settings for this extension.
– Send To “Favorites” adds a shortcut to your Favorites list. Hold down the CTRL key for the “Add Favorite” dialog.
– Send To “Folder…” sends a file or files to another folder, you will be shown a dialog box that lets you choose where the files should be copied, moved, or have a shortcut created. To move the files press and hold down the SHIFT key. To create a shortcut hold down the SHIFT and CTRL keys.
– Send To “Quick Launch” adds a shortcut to the Quick Launch toolbar.
– Send To “Recycle Bin” sends a file or files to the Recycle Bin. Hold down the CTRL key to perform a file shredding.
– Send To “Run…” sends a file or files to the Run command dialog.
Freeware. For Windows XP, 2003 Server, Vista, Windows 7, and 2008 Server.