Windows 7 Sendto and some different shortcuts

I wanted to add notepad2 to the sendto menu so I can quickly view source files and files with unix style newlines.

Access is denied to c:\users\username\sendto

Fortunately this blog post explains how to customize and the shift+sendto feature (which I don’t think I will use). After opening shell:sendto I removed all the defaults, but the sento menu still shows the drives by default.

Two shortcut annoying changes that have come from Vista, are F6 to select the address bar has changed to ALT+D and backspace to move up a directory has changed to ALT+UPARROW.

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