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How To Copy File Locations To The Command Prompt

Drop Command from DonationCoder is a free portable tool that allows user to copy file location to the Command Prompt. Instead of manually typing the location of a file, simply drag the file to the Command Prompt and it’s location will be written automatically. If you are a heavy Command Prompt user, then this will come really handy since it can save both time and headache.

Just run the tool and it will load in the system tray, now drag & drop any file to the Command Prompt and it’s location will copy automatically.

copy-file-to-command-promptAs you can see in the screenshot above, the location of the file copied automatically to the command prompt. This is possible with any type of file, even executable files. Enjoy!

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