In our last sections, we have discussed the tool which can permit you to create a cluster of folders at one time from a list of words or phrases. But, do you think what you will do when you come to point where you need to handle selected file from a bunch of files.
A simple viewer which is known as File 2 Folder will help you out in this. Windows explorer will context menu will set some options after installing File 2 Folder. Extract the file. And run the exe as an administrator.
Tutorial to Create a Folder from Selected Files in Windows
Wait for the User Account Control Dialog box to be appear, hit yes to continue.
Note: on the basis of the User Account Control Settings, you might not able to see the Dialog Box.
Shell Extension asks for the permission from you. Hit with continue.
The confirmation message showing you that the Files 2 Folder has been added to the context menu of Windows Explorer. Hit OK to close the Dialog Box.
After adding the Files 2 Folder to the context menu, a shortcut link is added having the exe which permit you to un-register the Shell extensions. Hit double to shortcut.
A confirmation message will be appear on the screen.
To move the file from folder to folder, right click on the files and hit on the File 2 Folder options.
The file will be forwarded with the same name without copied.
For a bunch of files to be moved, select them and call up the Files 2 Folder, a confirmation message will appear. To move all the selected files, OK with the options asking to move all the files to new folder with the edit options box.
To place the files to other folder, choose the second options, and move to each on the individual’s basis.
To place the files to the different extensions, select the third option and move them on the basis of file extensions.
In all the above mentioned directions, all the files will place autonomously into their folders.
These steps can be well explained with the help of following images.
You can also put any folder to any other folder. To do this, you need to click right on the folder, and move down to File 2 Folder. By this, the folder will with the same name added by the tiled at the end.
Officially, File 2 Folder is operated by the 32-bit Windows Xp, Vista, and windows 7. But it can also be operated on the 64-Bit windows. But make sure you use it as administrator, otherwise options is not added to the context menu.