Add, Remove, Edit Context Menu items in Windows 7 | 8


Hey there, fellow windows users;

The Right Click Menu or the Context Menu is the menu, which appears, when you right-click on the desktop or a file or folder in Windows. This menu gives you added functionality by offering you actions you can take with the item. Most programs like to stuff their commands in this menu. While they can be useful, the problem is that even when you uninstall the programs, they fail to remove the respective context menu item, making the menu slow and appear cluttered.





Right-Click Extender allows you to add or remove many additional options to a Drive, File, Folder, Computer and Desktop’s Right Click Context Menu.

Simply Check to add items to Right-Click Menus and press Apply. To remove the items, uncheck the box and click Apply. The menus also add’s icons next to available Menu Options. Some however, do not support this feature.

Right-Click Extender v2 adds many new options from the previous version . V2 also allows you to add each item to the Hidden menu that is viewable by hitting Shift+Click. Under Settings you have the option to create a Backup of Registry (Backup only Backups sections of Registry that the application will make changes to) or Creating a System Restore Point before making changes . You can optionally Restore the Backup and open System Restore Point to Rollback Changes.

Upon first run the application will generate a Backup of the Registry HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT and HKEY_CURRENT_USER which can be restored using the application at any time if you have a problem or won’t to return to default before the application was run.


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