Free, small and useful software for Windows.
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|jeff snyder|08 Jun 12|
|Guest||Dear Mr. Tkachenko:|
Thankyou for Drag'n'Drop.
I am using Win7 HP/64 SP1.
I an intermediate user (beginning relative to you) and new to Win7.
I installed it to my downloads data folder on my data hard drive, expecting to be able to run a setup file and install the program on my C:Program Files (x86) folder on my SSD.
I was never given the opportunity: When I unzipped the file the application file appeared.
How can I add it to my Programs folder, Start Menu, and Startup folder?
If I delete it and start over will that confuse my registry? Does it add anything to my registry?
|Sergey |08 Jun 12|
|Comments: 432||This is portable application.|
You can put it everywhere you want and can delete it in any time you want. It is safe.
You can put exe file you have extracted on the Desktop and run software right from desktop.
|LiaoBZ|19 Jun 12|
|Guest||If only it support the right button drag-n-drop feature ,then it's perfect!|
|Nathan Speaks|06 Nov 12|
I just reviewed some of your applications and am so happy seeing the features. Your hard works, innovations, creativeness ....etc are so appreciable. You ROCK!!!
|Sergey |07 Nov 12|
|WRCS|21 Feb 13|
|Guest||Great idea. Exactly what I need.|
Such a pity that it doesn't work!
|Sergey |21 Feb 13|
|Comments: 432||Your OS? Please specifiy version and platform (x86/x64)|
|Guest|04 May 13|
|Guest||I would like some more options.|
- Completely disabling dragging files to prevent accidentially moving folders or files to another location.
- A control question (dialog box) asking if you really wants to move folders or files.
|erngab|26 Aug 13|
|Guest||In admin account work OK, in standard user account not work.|
|Jlottie9|11 Sep 13|
|Guest||Is the source code for this available anywhere. I am a student and I was wanting to see how you set it up to work with Windows Explorer.|
|trock|13 Sep 13|
|Guest||It doesn't appear to be compatible with Windows 7 64 bit. Do you have a version created for that?|
|Anonymous|09 Oct 13|
|Guest||Many thanks! It made my day. Very helpful to me|
|Guest|01 Nov 13|
|Guest||When using Windows 8 (Windows Explorer) on a tablet it happens quite often that one accidentially moves folders/files to another location.|
Would be great to have a "switch" to deactivate drag and drop in Windows Explorer.
|Another Guest|07 Nov 13|
|Guest||Works well with explorer.exe, does not work (as expected I guess) with Directory Opus.|