As the name says, copying filenames This is all about comfort. It does nothing you couldn’t do by yourself with a few keystrokes. But if you feel, like I do, that a few keystokes are “a- few-but-one” too many, this is the thing for youCopyFilenames is an extension for Windows Explorer. It cannot be run as a standalone application. It copies either the file name, with extension, or the full path to a file (holding Shift). More Info »CopyFilenames can also be used to copy lots of filenames all in one go. By default, the filenames will be copied one per line. So, it’s easy to make a list of files in any folderYou can also include the size of the file or the last-modified date instead of just the filename. To select these options, hold down the CTRL key while selecting the Copy Filenames to bring up the options panel. If you have selected the option to copy the full path, you can also select to have the backslashes doubled up or use forward slashes instead. There is also an option to include either single or double quotes around the names. Finally, you can copy one filename, paste its name to another and delete the first one.
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