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Is there any other lightweight portable utility than in "Adding items to a files right click menu in Windows Explorer"?

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Don't know if this is what you want, but have a look at this Lifehacker post:


Windows: JDContextMenu is a small application that adds a variety of useful shortcuts to the right-click context menu in Windows.

None of the shortcuts are things you couldn't do within Windows with a few extra clicks or with a small 3rd-party app, but JDContextMenu bundles them together into a small menu with one-click ease. You can copy the full filename to the clipboard, alter the time and date stamp of a file, run an MD5 checksum to verify file integrity, and create new folders—the new folder tool allows you to create a variable number of numbered folders in a series.

JDContextMenu is freeware, Windows only.

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where is the link of post? – metal gear solid Jan 26 '10 at 18:58
Here it is:… – Nicu Zecheru Mar 3 '10 at 17:24

I've made a script for this purpose named "shellex.bat"



Icons are supported in Windows >=7 only.

With this script you can collect all the shell extensions you like in a batch file and easily move them from one box to another.

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