Sometimes you just want to copy a path of a file or folder to the clipboard, why not, it's also possible on MS Windows!
In external tools you can ►► easily copy marked files and full folder paths, but how does it work in Microsoft File Explorer! One of the best ways to copy a path is with keyboard shortcuts.
1.) ... Copy the path of a file or folder to the clipboard!
|(Image-1) Path of a file or folder to the clipboard!|
As you can see in the example below, as soon as you press ALT + D the path is highlighted. Right-click the highlighted text and select Copy.
(... see Image-2 Point 1 to 3)
|(Image-2) Path of a folder to the clipboard!|
Whenever you find yourself needing to copy a path to the clipboard in File Explorer when working on Windows, it's not uncommon for you to be able to easily save the path through numerous folders. Starting today, you can use this guide to copy a file path to your clipboard. More tips on the topic that might be of interest to you!
► The option left mouse button Copy Move Confirm in Explorer!
► Using the File Explorer address bar on Windows!
► Copy files with COPY commands, cmd with examples?
► The search field in the file explorer is too small (narrow, gone)?
► How to change or copy the path in the address bar!
FAQ 29: Updated on: 25 August 2022 18:27