Hi all. I've got some "problem" where I want to create a special context menu entry to do the following: I use a download manager to download files. Because of my 400mbit/s line I figured any HDD would be completely locked doing this with multiple connections per download, so my download path is on some SATA SSD, for example: Code: X:\downloads\<name of download>\ Because my SSD is not meant as a permanent storage of those files, I've got some scripts in place to copy stuff to my storage drive, some big HDD, for example: Code: Z:\storage\<name of download>\ My download manager allows me to visit the download folder, but I want to get to the Z drive as fast as possible. So I thought of a simple context menu item to take the current path and open some explorer window at the intended location in Z like: Code: from: X:\downloads\somedownload123\ to: Z:\storage\somedownload123\ So the context menu item would have to read the path from where the conext menu is run (right click in download folder) and then open a new Explorer window with Z:\storage\ instead of X:\downloads\ . So far I only found third party tools or generic things like adding "COPY TO", but none of them had anything like this feature. Does anybody know how to accomplish that?