Moving files around is surely not a complicated operation, but when you need to take extensions into account, the process becomes time-consuming. Sure enough you can filter by type in Explorer for easier group selection. On the other hand, you can rely on extFileCopy to create custom paths for particular file formats which function just like the Send To menu.
Custom copy locations for specific file types
The application takes little time to install on your PC, with a prompt asking whether you want to jump directly in the configuration panel after setup is done. It’s a good idea to do this, because there are no predefined associations. You’re free to add and edit associations at any given moment, with changes applied in real time.
However, a system restart may be required in case the new context menu entry does not appear directly. While in the configuration panel, you quickly get to view all associations in a table, with info regarding extension, file description, and number of associated directories.
Extensions need to be individually handled
The first step to adding a new entry is to specify the file format of interest. Sadly, there’s no possibility to add multiple extension to a single entry, which would have come in handy for targeting an entire array of file types, such as pictures, videos, documents, or audio files.
Folders, on the other hand don’t really have this limitation, with an extension being able to hold multiple directories. These are picked from a browse dialog, and are added to the corresponding extension in the context menu of that particular file type. Unfortunately, you can’t copy the list of directories from one entry to the other, which can make configuration of multiple file types a lengthy task.
A few last words
To end with, extFileCopy provides a neat method of quickly sending a whole group of file types to a specific folder. Unfortunately, the configuration process can take a little while, because you can’t add multiple extensions to a single process, nor copy directories from one entry to the other.
This simple extension for Windows is designed to help you easily copy entire folders of files and folders to a specific location.
Add items to the context menu of file types.
Create custom file or folder locations.
A simple extension for Windows that enables you to quickly copy entire folders of files and folders to a specific location.
Add a new entry to the context menu of any file or folder, by clicking the right mouse button in the folder and choosing the desired menu item. The extension will generate a folder path for you with the name of the file or folder that you want to copy. You can then copy the folder to a different location. You can also add or remove items from the context menu. For example, if you want to add the same menu item to all.jpg files, simply create a duplicate of the current item with the same name, but different extension (jpg).
• There are two types of associations:1. File types, such as jpg, pdf, docx, xls, mp3 and more.2. Directories, such as documents, pictures, and videos.
• The extensions must be an exact match for the current file type. For example, if you want to add a menu item for.jpg files, you must select extension:jpg.
• Multiple file types can be assigned to an extension.
• All extensions are stored in the registry, so you won’t lose them when you reset Windows.
• The current path is selected automatically when you add a new association.
• You can add or remove associations to and from the context menu at any time.
• The associations can be shared with your friends and colleagues, if you want.
• The added associations are stored in the registry.
• You can create custom file or folder locations.
• You can copy the associated folder(s) to a different location.
• You can also move the files to a different location.
• You can rename the items, too.
• You can lock the items in the registry.
• You can delete the items from the registry.
• You can search the registry for the name of the extension.
• You can create new associations for different file types from the configuration panel.
• You can create multiple extensions from the configuration panel.
• You can create different associations in the configuration panel for the different file types.
• You can also filter the extension list in the configuration panel
This tool is a convenient and highly secure method for quick copy operations between the Network and local PC (Win & Mac).
Quick and secure copying, no passwords are needed.
No passwords are needed.
Each operation is stored as a “macro” in your clipboard. The order of the operation is saved, so you can repeat the same operation at will.
Configuration is simply added. The application even automatically configures the list of operations for you.
Custom configurations can be stored in the Clipboard.
At the end of the session, a log file is created on your local PC.
Add operations for multiple sources.
Modify an existing operation.
Add a help page for your own configuration.
Customize the title bar and the button’s icon.
Add a password to a specific source.
Save the password to your Clipboard for next sessions.
Add multiple sources.
Restart the session.
Recover the session if needed.
Macros are added as one-time events.
There is no need to start the application every time.
Macros are automatically saved in your Clipboard.
New configurations are automatically created if they are saved as.ini files.
Use a log to restore an aborted session.
No need to save configuration data in your Clipboard.
Add an optional welcome page for your users.
Save the configuration for future use.
Use an optional “welcome” page when the application is started.
Customize the title bar and the button’s icon.
Backup the current configuration and create a log of all operations.
Copy settings from one user to another.
Create a backup of the current session.
Add your own extension to the list of macros.
Add an optional welcome page to your app’s “startup screen”.
Display a personal message.
Add your own icon.
Display your own icon in the title bar.
Display a message in the title bar.
Add an optional welcome page to your user’s startup screen.
Save the current configuration.
Add your own logo to the title bar.
A file compression utility that offers various file compression levels. Encryption is possible by using the
public/private encryption keys. The user can decide which compression level to use. The compression ratio is inversely
proportional to the file size.
.NET Framework 4.0
Windows 7 or later
.NET Framework 4.0
We have finally finished all the work we wanted to do on this file compressor and moved it to the public.
It is now available to everybody and we are done with this.
The user interface for Ext4 File Copy is a fantastic application, without any unnecessary features. This utility is a must-have, especially for users who work with file compression. It comes in handy for making new files with the proper format, as well as copying files to other locations.
The program is easy to use, as it only requires the basic inputs, such as the destination path, the original file name, as well as the desired extensions.
The process of choosing the compression level for file compression is extremely simple, because you simply need to click on a button that says “Use preset.” If you want to adjust the settings, you are free to use the dialog that pops up. The original file information is displayed, with the compression ratio on the right, and the compression level set by default. The file compression settings are available in a single dialog.
Apart from choosing the compression level, you can also choose between the SHA-1 and MD5 hash methods. All of the necessary settings are available in the context menu, with options to split, copy, and compress existing files, or extract archived files.
Overall, Ext4 File Copy is a great application for copying files with specific extension, or compressing files to a specific level of compression.Attitudes of nurses towards diabetic patients in Pakistan.
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