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Does anyone know of a good application for editing the context menu's used by Windows explorer in Vista?

Reasons for wanting one:

  • When I right click on a file, I get a very long list of things I can do with a file but never ever use.
  • I'd like to add a custom entry for tools which don't register any shell extensions.
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You don't need a shell extension to add entries there ... –  Joey Jun 22 '10 at 7:12

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FileMenu Tools will do it. It's freeware.

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You can do that with ShellExView.

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To add to the other answers, here are other software that can also edit the Context Menu:

  • Default Programs Editor - Its UI makes it easy to disable context menu of a specific file type.

  • MenuMaid - Its UI makes it easy to disable all context menu from a specific program.

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