IT Home December 27th message, according to Windows Latest, sometimes you need to copy a full path to a file or folder in a Windows 11 or Windows 10 operating system. This is especially true when you want to paste the path in the command line or Windows Run. Or you just want to copy the position to your clipboard.
On Windows 10, if you hold down the Shift key on your keyboard and right-click the file or folder, you can copy its full path. When you press SHIFT, the context menu will have a new option called "Copy-to-Path". You must click this option to copy the full path to the clipboard, which can play a role in most of which.
Starting from Windows 11, the path to replicate files or folders is easier. The context menu now includes the "Copy-to-Path" option by default. This way, you only need to right click on a file or folder, then click "Copy to Path", you can paste it into another application or dialog without having to manually browse.
IT House is informed that in future operating system versions, Microsoft will also introduce new keyboard shortcuts support. In the preview, when you select a file or folder in the File Explorer, you can now use Ctrl + Shift + C to copy the path.
Like the "Copying the Path" option in the context menu, the keyboard shortcut will also be copied to your Windows clipboard. If you use Windows Cloud Stickboard, you will be able to synchronize content on your device, including Android phones, when you have SwiftKey or your mobile app (Samsung only).
Remember, the location of "Copying the Path" depends on the system configuration, the replication path will still include quotation marks. If you want to paste the path in the resource manager address to enter the file / folder, make sure the quotation marks are removed before pressing the Enter key.
Document Explorer's new context menu problem
Like previous version of the operating system, Windows 11 context menu provides you with a bunch of operations.
You can use it to access the native shared user interface or classic context menu. If you have a touch screen, or you like the new design language, the contemporary menu of modern design may be great advantage, but the performance is slow to the resource manager is unwelcome to the first big reason.
According to reports, users may encounter obvious delays when using the context menu, some people claim that the menu attempts to re-adjust the size before reflecting options, and there will be 1/2 seconds of latency.
This is particularly obvious on the low-end computer. Fortunately, Microsoft is investigating these reports, recently implemented a fix in the preview. Microsoft is also working hard to fix file resource manager, so I hope that these small issues can be resolved before Windows 11 22H2 release.