This article will show you how to copy the full path of a file, folder, or a program in Windows Explorer. Here are 2 methods to do that:
Step 1: Open the Windows Explorer, then navigate to the file or folder you want to get its full path.
Step 2: Once find it, simply right-click on the Address bar and select Copy address as text.
Step 3: Then you can copy its file path to a Notepad, then paste that path into the target program box.
You may need to know the full path to a file or directory, Copy as path is useful when the user wants to know the full path or actual location of a file, folder, or program which located deep inside a tree of directories or network file share.
Press "Windows logo key + E" to open "Windows Explorer", and then navigate to the file or folder that you want to get the full path. Once find that files or folders, click on the Home menu of Windows Explorer.
In the "Clipboard" section, click on Copy path.
To copy the full path of a program, here is how:
Go to the Start menu, find the program you want. Then right-click on it and select Open file location.
When you're getting to the location of the program, holding down the Shift key while right-clicking on that program icon. Then choose Copy as path.
Then paste it to a Notepad or a Sticky note.