FileTargets

FileTargets 1.4.1

Copy and move files with just a mouse click

If you are constantly copying and moving files, and are always having to do more dragging and dropping than you'd like, then FileTargets could be for you. View full description

PROS

  • Speeds up folder management
  • Integrates into context menu
  • Allows you to create sub categories

CONS

  • Doesn't offer batch file movements

Not bad
5

If you are constantly copying and moving files, and are always having to do more dragging and dropping than you'd like, then FileTargets could be for you.

FileTargets menu is similar to the standard "SendTo" function in the context menu but is much more advanced since it allows you to create subgroups, automatically add new folders, copy file path names and much more. There's not much to it once installed and is immediately appears in your context menu when you right click on a file. Note however that when you install the program, you are prompted for a password which is intended to make you fall in love with the developers: "ILikeMoonSoftware". Ultimately, this utility speeds up the movement, deletion and general overall management of your files. It removes the need to drag and drop all the time or to have to scroll through different folders and drives. Whatsmore, its also features a handy function to copy a bunch of files to the clipboard for use later on or in an external application. FileTargets is a clever little utility that will be of use to anyone who copy, pastes or manages their folders regularly.

FileTargets is a shell context menu extension that adds a sub-menu with all your favorite folder names to the context-menu of all files and folders in your system so you can copy/move selected files to pre-defined, most used folders with the click of a mouse.

FileTargets

Download

FileTargets 1.4.1

— User reviews — about FileTargets

  • Whitewraite

    by Whitewraite

    "Great program if your OS in x32, will not work on x64."

    Used this program for years but I'm now using a x64 OS. I just wish they would upgrade it to x64. More.

    reviewed on July 18, 2014