I've just had to set up a heap of PCs for a few people among them a video server for yours truly. Once the initial teething issues were sorted
(cannot convince eXPee to install from a USB device) I set up my video server. As I have been given an iPhone to replace my now defunct Galaxy Note
( long story) I decided that I "needed" iTunes (not sure if
it is really relevant, but seems to be when the trouble started) so I duly loaded that piece of bloatware. Then I could not work out how to use it!
Yep, not very user friendly. Anyway, something broke.
Whenever I was in explorer and used the right click menu every time I scrolled over the "Send To" option that explorer window would freeze up solid. Task manager did not show anything untoward. Anyway I did a quick search on how to get rid of "send to" and it is surprisingly easy. Warning: registry hack coming: there is a tool to download here or you can manually do it which is also explained in the above link.
Does anyone ever use "Send To"? I never have!
I do, I have been sending you a whole bunch of usless stuff, haven't you been getting it?
Only ever to send a shortcut to the desktop, which I, then, moved elsewhere.
But, then, I never use Windows explorer, really. I just have Total Commander up, which knocks the spots off Explorer. On XP, I could even stop it from even working. Can't seem to do it with W7, though.
Total Commander? That is what I use!
I'd sort of imagined that you advanced PC people would have left me behind in the dust with my old stuff.
No iTunes on MY computers.
No itunes or iphones here
I won't have anything "i" on my machine.
What does total commander do that Explorer doesn't. I only ever use explorer to shift files around.