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    nichos is offline Windows Enthusiast
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    Default Locating Send To folder Windows 7 Explorer

    Hi again,
    recently I was helped how to find "send to" via Run, now a file downloaded itself by default here:-

    "C:\Documents and Settings\lou\Local Settings\Application Data\Freelang Dictionary"

    I went to find it directly in WinExplorer, following the route above, with no success again even via Run as shown in foto below.

    Run gives "Application Data" in the Application Data windows sub-directory & "Freelang Dictionary" does not show up at all, except in Start Programs.

    What is going on??, before in XP I could find this kind of things directly in WinExplorer. Why now we have to use Run?, & some things are not found.

    many thanx ....nick


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    Copy-paste %systemdrive%\Users\yourusername\AppData\Roaming\M icrosoft\Windows\SendTo in start search and hit enter to open it.

    More here: Add Items To The Windows 7 or Vista Explorer Send To Menu

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    Type shell:sendto into the start search field and hit Enter. Here you can add/delete whatever shortcuts you like.

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