Author: The Windows Club
Date: 04/09/2018 09:06 PM
Size: 93.2 KB
Requires: Win 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista
Downloads: 6012 times
Context Menu Editor enables simple right-click context menu management.
With Context Menu Editor you can quickly add/delete shortcuts to your apps, Win32 commands, files, and website URLs. You will need to run this tool as an Administrator for it to function correctly. Once you have it opened, it is pretty self-explanatory. The interface is broken into two areas; one is for apps and commands, the other is for URLs. At the top of the interface there are two main tabs – add and remove. The remove screen gives a listing of all the menu items that have been added as well as the command and the Extended property. From there it allows you to delete an entry by hitting the delete key on the keyboard or by right-clicking it and pressing delete.
Context Menu Editor is a super simple way to have what you need residing in the context-menu making your time spent on your PC as efficient as possible by having your frequently used items quickly accessible.
Won’t run on Windows 10.