Some of us use drag and in addition, drop to copy files around Windows, not copy/paste. However, a few users have reported that their own drag-and-drop options do not work when trying to move into a specific file or directory. So if you also have this problem, we will try it.
Solution 1 – Update drivers :
Windows 10 still has common driver problems because some hardware manufacturers do not provide the necessary software. So it can be with your mouse, especially if you are using a “high quality” device.
So it doesn’t matter if you first check that your mouse drivers are up to date.
Follow these steps:
- Go to the Search menu, you can type (Device Manager), and you can open Device Manager.
- Expand the Mice and Other Pointing Devices section and right-click.
- Select Update Driver .
- If there are any updates available, wait for the process to be completed.
- Reboot your computer.
Did you know that most Windows 10 users have older drivers? Always stay one step ahead with the leader.
Keep updating outdated drivers for a particular computer to keep them working properly as they are essential to some of your system’s capabilities.
Download the TweakBit Driver Update Tool (approved by Microsoft and Norton) to do it automatically and avoid the risk of downloading and installing incorrect versions of drivers.