Saturday, March 13, 2010

How to add or delete a context menu in Windows Vista and Windows 7

Context Menu Editor is an important free utility that lets you add and delete application shortcuts, commands and website URLs. It is compatible with both 32 Bit and 64 Bit versions of Windows 7 and Windows Vista. All you have to do to start the application is just right click on the extracted executable and select Run as administrator. Then, just click on the Set Button on the Applications interface as shown in the screenshot.




Once you finish adding the entries, just right click on the empty area of the Desktop. Now, you can see the newly added entries in the context menu.



At the same time, if you want to remove an entry, just start the application and go to the Remove tab and then select the entry that you want to remove, right click on it and select delete option to remove it from the right click context menu.



With this tool you can have “Extended” feature that lets the menu item to show up only when you press and hold the Shift Key while right clicking.
It is available free for you.


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