When using the DOS (Command) Prompt with Windows 95 & 98SE I have been able to drag and drop file names from Windows Explorer, or the desktop, onto the command line of the DOS Prompt. For example when comparing files I type FC and a space into the command line and then drag and drop the file names onto the command line.
I have been trying to do this under Vista, but when I try to drag and drop a file name onto the command line all I get is a "No Entry" sign and I am unable to drop the file name onto the command line.
If anyone knows how to drag & drop onto the command line under Vista could you please explain how?
I have downloaded and installed Send-To-Toys, which is useful for tailoring the Send-To menu, but the Shift-Right Click "Copy as Path" feature has been most useful if somewhat more tedious than the XP, and previous, drag and drop option.
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