Add "Copy As Path" to the Right-Click or Context Menu contains two registry files to add and remove Copy as path to your Context Menu.
The option to Copy as Path in your Context Menu (or right mouse click) is a built-into Windows 8 and 10 as an extended command meaning it appears only if you press shift and right click. If you use Copy as Path frequently, you can put in permanently into the Context Menu with a simple registry tweak.
Download Add Copy As Path to the Right-Click or Context Menu and inside the ZIP you will find two files.
Double-click on CopyAsPath-Windows 10.reg to makes the changes and select yes when prompted with the following scary warning.
If you change your mind and want to remove it from the Context Menu, double-click on CopyAsPath-Windows 10 - Restore Default.reg and once again click yes when the scary warning pops up.
This guide with screenshots can also be found here.