Copy a File Path in Windows 10
Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng, DeleteQnA
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For example, let's open File Explorer
We double-click "Local Disk (C:)"
We double-click "Program files (x86)"
Then, we double-click "UltraISO"
Now in this folder, we right-click the "UltraISO.exe" file
We won't see for what we are looking.
We copy the whole path to the file and not just the file
To do that, we simply press and hold the "Shift" key on the keyboard and then right-click the file.
In the menu, we will have an option to "Copy as path"
This means that the text that is the path of the file plus the file itself (the name of the file) will be copied.
To check the buffer, we can simply create a new text document and then paste the buffer there
As we can see, "C:\Program Files (x86)\UltraISO\UltraISO.exe" path has been copied. This is useful for creating shortcuts or making notes in the shortcuts.
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