With all this talk about SkyDrive we decided to give one of our other favorite online storage service some time in the spot light. We are talking about DropBox. DropBox is amazing. You can get free space form your refers. Ever now and then, DropBox will have a special beta, in which they give you even more free space for just trying out a feature they are working on. If you have DropBox and want a quick way to get the most out of it with your Windows 7 pc, then look no further. Here is how to add DropBox to send to menu to quickly add files and folders to your DropBox account.
Add DropBox to Send To Menu
You will need to have the DropBox application installed on your Windows 7 machine for this to work. So go and grab the link below and install DropBox. After you finish with the installer open an Explorer window. You can click on the folder icon in the taskbar.
In the Explorer window you open click on Local Disk from the Computer group in the left pane, then open the Users folder in the right pane.
From the Users folder you will want to find your username. Open your directory.
From your directory find the DropBox folder and right click it. Select Copy from the menu.
Next open up the Run command by pressing Windows key + R and type in “shell:sento”, without the quotes and click OK.
Another Explorer window will open. Right click in the right pane and select Paste shortcut. This will past a shortcut in the send to menu for DropBox.
Now whenever you right click on a file or a folder and go to the Send to menu. You will see DropBox. When you click it, the file or folder will be sent directly to your DropBox.
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