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Windows: Copy Path to File [Quick Tip]

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Untitled 1 Windows: Copy Path to File [Quick Tip]Uploading has become a task on a daily basis, being to a social site or a cloud service of sorts. Most sites will allow you to upload multiple files at once, tho not all. It can be tiresome browsing back and forth to the same folder over and over. Luckily there’s an easier way that will ease up on your mousing hand:

Copy the path and paste it

In Windows Explorer, hold down the SHIFT key and right-click the file that you want to upload (This will extend your normal Right-Click menu).
Select “Copy as path”.copyaspath Windows: Copy Path to File [Quick Tip]
On the web page where you want to upload the file, press CTRL+V to paste it into the box.

No need to browse through all those folders all over again.



 Windows: Copy Path to File [Quick Tip]

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