The Windows Send To menu is something everyone has but is seldom used because of its extremely limited function. Few software authors install a shortcut there and it seems like the ones that do are virtually useless shortcuts
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
CT Mystified 1.0 This is my take on Microsoft's Mystify Your Mind Screen Saver. Geometric patterns move about the screen with options for number of objects and spacing.
MediaJoin 1.0 MediaJoin is a free program for combining your Video/Audio clips into one file. This simple, no frills program makes it easy for anyone to combine their clips. It's compatible with MP3, WAV, MPG and MPEG files. It can also be used to combine Text
Description: The Windows Send To menu is something everyone has but is seldom used because of its extremely limited function. Few software authors install a shortcut there and it seems like the ones that do are virtually useless shortcuts. However it can be a very useful and time saving tool with some modifications and that's' where "Send To Here!" steps in.
You can create, delete or modify shortcuts to any File, Folder, Drive or Network PC of your choosing. Send any File, Folder (or groups of) to a Folder, Drive or Network PC. Organize them much in the same way you organize your Favorites. Instead of moving files by browsing through Explorer, simply create a shortcut for the folder and Send It there. Open graphics and documents simply by sending them to the associated program. It will open with the file already loaded and ready for editing. If you work a lot with files this can be a great time saver.
US moves to permit fair-use digital media copies A group of technology vendors, consumer rights groups and ISPs have banded together to support legislation that would allow consumers in the US to make personal copies of copyrighted digital products, including movies and music.