How to fix slow "send to" menu?
Are you using, Windows operating system for several months in your PC? If yes, then one common but nasty problem is that when you want to transfer data or transfer something to any specific location by using Send To option, then you have to wait some moments like 5seconds, 10 seconds like this. If you face this type of problem, you may solve it easily. Just keep reading...
- Click on Start menu and click on Run.
- When the run window will be opened, type sendto and hit Enter key.
- After the above steps, a new window will be opened and you will see several icons to it. Now, delete or remove the unnecessary items and keep only the necessary items. For example, for my case there are more than 10 items listed in the Send To menu. So, to remove the unnecessary items and make the Send To menu faster, I run the command and keep only the needy items.
By following the above steps, you can fast Send To menu.
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