How to Copy Path in Windows 11

Here are the four distinct methods to copy a file or folder path in Windows 11. Pick the one you prefer.

Method #1

Right-click on the item and click on the “Copy as path” option in the context menu.

The selected item path with double quotes on both sides is on the Clipboard.

Method #2

Select the item and hit the three horizontal dots at the top. Select “Copy path.”

The selected item path with double quotes on both sides is on the Clipboard.

Method #3

Note: This method only applies to the folder.

Open the folder and right-click on the address bar in File Explorer.

You’ll find the “Copy address” and “Copy address as text” options in the context menu. Select the one you prefer.

Alternatively, you can press Ctrl + L or Alt + D or click the File Explorer address bar and press Ctrl + C.

Method #4

Open Run by pressing Windows + R and make sure the field is blank.

Drag a file or folder into it, and you can now see the path. Copy it, and it’ll be on the Clipboard.

I hope this guide, “How to Copy Path in Windows 11,” is helpful to you.

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