The Right Click Menu or sometimes called the Context Menu offers a limited set of choices that are available in the current state, or context, of the operating system or application to which the menu belongs. Usually, the available choices are actions related to or could be done to the selected object, for example, Open, Copy, Cut, Sent To etc.
Normally when you right click on a file or folder in Windows, a shortcut menu appears with few commands you could perform with that file or folder.
Usually, the “Sent to” option within the context menu contains few choices like compressed (zipped) folder, Desktop (create shortcut), Documents, Fax recipient, Mail recipient, Bluetooth or Removable media connected to your computer. These are normally the choices you can send your file or folder to.
But you can simply increase the “Sent To” list within the right-click menu to see more choices.
To increase the right click (context menu) “Sent To” List do this:
Hold down the “Shift key” and right click on the file or folder and then point to “Sent to“, you should a list with more options to send your file and folder to.
Ousman Faal [Digital Vigilante] is a Tech Entrepreneur & Digital Skills Trainer who teaches both in the classroom and online. He has experience in various technologies and likes sharing it with others. Ousman has published 144 articles on this blog. He is the CEO of Faalen Technologies and Skills.gm.