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Windows Tip: Copy full File Path using the Context Menu

Tip by NetGuy | 23/01/2013 at 15:26

Copying the full path of a file is usually not easy under Windows. But there's a trick I want to show you today.

Let the Shift key pressed and click the right mouse button onto the file. The context menu that opens by doing this is opposed to the normal context menu extended by one point: "Copy as Path".

If you click on this menu item, you have the full path to the associated file including the file name in your clipboard.

For example, "C:\Users\Name\Folder\File.txt". With CTRL and V you can copy the path to any program in Windows.

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