Windows 10: Help with adding items to Extended (shift+rightclick) "send to" menu

  1.    27 May 2017 #1

    Help with adding items to Extended (shift+rightclick) "send to" menu


    So ive been doing some pruning and sorting after what I hope is my final reformat until I build a new pc.

    Part of that was the send to menu. I have it with the entries I want, however the extended send-to is now EMPTY! lol.

    How can I get it to mirror what I have in the non extended 'send-to" context menu?
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  2.    27 May 2017 #2

    Please see:
    [Tip] Customize Hidden Menu in Windows, Add or Remove Shortcuts - AskVG

    Hope that helps.

    (I find that the extended version offers 2 fewer items than normal one for zip....)
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    27 May 2017 #3

    dalchina said: View Post
    Please see:
    [Tip] Customize Hidden Menu in Windows, Add or Remove Shortcuts - AskVG

    Hope that helps.

    (I find that the extended version offers 2 fewer items than normal one for zip....)
    ty for the link, ill take a look :) and by empty i mean literally empty. Nothing there. blank ;p hoping to set it to mirror/match lol.

    edit: yea ive seen that link when i was doing my digging/prior to posting here. Ironically the folder is chock full of stuff yet none of it appears in my send:to list. Not sure what its tied to but its now empty in the context menu but full in the user folder.
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