The Windows Send to menu is a handy way of sending a file to a specific folder, application, or other item. You can use it to send, copy, or print an individual file to a specific location, device, application, or other item.
If you want to add your own app or folder to the Send to menu or if you want to delete some of the Unnecessary items in it you can tweak the Send to menu to suit your needs. Open File Explorer in Windows Right click on a file and From the pop-up menu, move your mouse to the Send to command, Click on a specific entry. The file you click on is then sent to the entry you select.
If you want to add your own app or folder to the Send to menu, its very simple: Just open the Run dialog box by pressing Win+R, then paste shell:sendto command into the text box. This will open the folder where all those shortcuts located. Alternatively, you can navigate to following folder location
But you can simplify the whole process with the Send To Menu Editor is a portable freeware which helps users manage the shortcuts present in the Windows Send To Menu.
Versions SendTo Menu Editor
ver: 1.1 / Aug 02.2018
Screenshots SendTo Menu Editor
Some features in the program require administrator privileges to work.