Updated 2022-07-30:
Seems like some of the screenshots got a bit blurred, I’ll redo them at some point.

Did you know that you can send files to programs and locations with a few clicks?
When you right-click a file in File Explore you have a Send to sub menu.

Shortcuts for your favorite editor, folders on your system, e-mails - You name it!

This short guide will show you how to get the most out of the Send to function in Windows 10.

When you right-clicks a file you gets access to the Send to menu.

Windows 10 Send to menu

Hold down the windows key on your keyboard, then press the R key.
Type the shell:sendto into the run dialog box.

Windows 10 run dialog

Now all you need to do is create your shortcuts in this directory.
You can click and drag apps to the Start up folder - Either from the start menu, desktop or as here from the start menu content folder at C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu.

Create a new shortcut in the Send to folder

Now you can simply right-click a .STL file and send to Ultimaker Cura.

Send to

And just like that the .STL file opens up in Ultimaker Cura - Yay! 🎉

Ultimaker Cura Benchy STL file

That’s it! 💪🏻
Short simple way of getting more out of the Send to function in Windows.