The CopyFilenames utility adds a number of commands to the context menu in Windows Explorer that appears when you right click on a file or folder. These commands provide a simple way to get the names of one or more files or folders into the Windows clipboard.
This can save a lot of time (and possible errors) when writing documents that need to refer to files. This can be particularly useful for developers, technical authors and systems administrators for example.
After installing CopyFilenames, when you right click on a single file or folder in Windows Explorer you will see a context menu similar to this:
The commands added to the Windows Explorer context menu are:
•Copy Filename and Delete
As well as filenames, this utility can also copy extended information about each file, including:
•last modified time
•full path to the file (with a further option to double up backslashes for C/C++/C#/Java developers)