The Send to
context menu makes it easy for you to quickly send a copy of items (ex: files, folders, libraries) to Bluetooth device
, Compressed (zipped) folder
, Desktop (create shortcut)
, Fax recipient
, Mail recipient
, and removable and network drives
You can also right click or press and hold on a file or folder, press and hold the Shift
key, click/tap on Send to
, and click/tap on a drive or folder in the menu to move the file or folder to that location instead of copying it.
By default when you right click on a file or folder, items in the SendTo folder are built (enumerated) before you even click/tap the on the Send to context menu.
Sometimes drives may cause a delay when trying to open the Send to context menu while you are waiting on them to connect or spin back up if turned off after being idle
. Setting to have the Send to context menu items to be built only when you click/tap on or hover over the actual Send to context menu can help improve the speed of opening other context menus by not having to wait on the Send to menu items to be built first.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable delay Send to
context menu build for all users in Windows 10
You must be signed in as an administrator
to enable or disable delay Send to context menu build.