17 December, 2011

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Edit Right-Click Menu

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Right-Click menu in WINDOWS is a real shortcut to the most useful functions of Windows OS. Do whatever, its a handy function. Cut, Copy, Paste, Extract, and many more. These options keep changing as per the software you are using. This works well unless you are using it wisely. Things start giving problem when you install more softwares. Every software install its own Right-Click menu shortcut without asking you to do so. More you install softwares, the real importatnt shortcuts get behind the unwanteds.
So how will you clean EDIT this clutter and use your Right-Click menu for productivity.
 There are some handy tools you must use to clear this.
Context Menu Editor: (Free File Size 736 Kb)
Context Menu Editor allows you to remove unwanted items from the right-click menu.l Its very simplified and categorized like files, folders and Internet Explorer. Really simple tool. download

ShellMenuView :  (Free File Size 37 Kb) 
It allows you to disable unwanted Windows Explorer shell menu items that are shown in the right-click options for folders and files. The program produces a list of all available items that you can sort by menu name, extension, product name and other details, or you can search for a specific-item by keyword. download

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