Windows Explorer Command Line Options

It is possible to customize the way windows explorer (explorer.exe) opens. This can be handy for creating a link to a specific folder or drive and have explorer open is a certain way.

The opens are as follows : Explorer [/n] [/e] [(,)/root,

Where,
/n Opens a new single-pane window for the default selection. This is usually the root of the drive Windows is installed on. If the window is already open, a duplicate opens.
/e Opens Windows Explorer in its default view.
/root,
Examples:

Example 1:  Explorer /e,/root,C:\

This opens Explorer with C: expanded.

Example 2:     Explorer /select,C:\TestDir\TestApp.exe

Opens a window view with TestApp selected.

Example 3:  Explorer /root,\\TestSvr\TestShare

Opens a window view of the specified share.

Example 4:  Explorer /root,\\TestSvr\TestShare,select,TestApp.exe

Opens a window view of the specified share with TestApp selected.

Adding item to the Windows ‘Send To’ Folder

To add extra items to your Send To list on the windows right click menu you need to add items to a certain folder.
But the folder is sort of hidden.
To find it, open explorer paste %APPDATA%MicrosoftWindowsSendTo into address bar.
Add short cuts as needed.
from
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/customize-the-windows-vista-send-to-menu