It may sound odd but it's proper for what you noted to happen.
-> But why did you expect a right click SEND TO to have anything of interest? Do we need to discuss what SEND TO is? We can do that!
Since we can copy and paste FILES and FOLDERs why isn't that what you doing?
I know that many of today's newer users are expecting a lot more from Windows but it's a 2+ DECADE OLD OS and the wear shows in that there are a lot of very old ideas rattling around under the hood and on the dashboard.
-> So files are copied over and that's done. Only the folk new to this would MOVE files. That's never done if we care about our files. (I could write about backups but let's not.)
So, Easy Transfer is a dead end. It looks like you'll have to use the old StoneHenge Transfer Method.
Hi gang, I need help. I built a new PC with Windows 7 and ironically my old PC's psu died just as I finished the new build and before I could transfer data! So, I took the old HDD and slapped it in the new PC, hoping to copy files and Opera's bookmarks and passwords, etc.
I can't figure out how to do this- Windows Easy Transfer only works with two PCs, and right-clicking the files (which I can see) does not give the option to "send to" the new HDD. I then burned a small file to a disc, and right-clicked on it and there is still no option to send to the new HDD.
Can't PCs transfer files between internal HDDs? What's the trick? Thanks!