Right clicking on any folder and then pointing to Send to menu reduces our job of doing Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V to some extent only. We have a limited number of options by default like Bluetooth device, Compressed zipped folder, desktop, documents and mail recipients. But many of you don’t know that the send to menu is also customizable.
To do this just type the following code in the search bar of Windows Vista Start Menu without the quotes
Once you type that in, you should arrive at the Send To folder. Here you can modify the menu as you choose by deleting icons you don’t want, and adding Shortcuts of the items you want. For example if you want that the folder ‘download’ to be right there in send to menu, just create a shortcut of ‘download’ in that just as shown below.