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In Windows 8, is there a quick way to "destroy" a folder, but copy it's contents into the folders directory?

For example:

Folder F is located in Directory D. Folder F contains File 1 and File 2.

What I want to achieve is to quickly (Keyboard shortcut?) make it so that Folder F is deleted, but it's contents(File 1 & 2) are now in Directory D.

Maybe there is a shell extension?

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Presumably in Windows 8 "folder" and "directory" are still one and the same? – w3dk Jun 12 '13 at 12:58
With some sort of script it might be possible, but you're unlikely to find a ready-made shell extension for such an uncommon requirement. How often do you need o do this? What's the actual problem you're facing? – Karan Jun 12 '13 at 14:22

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