This shows how to add items to the "New" dropdown menu. How about taking them away?
Also, I want to make a batch file that automates this. Like this:
@echo off echo Enter you file extension set /p ext= copy con ext.reg echo Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 >> ext.reg echo. >> ext.reg echo [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.%ext%\ShellNew] >> ext.reg echo "NullFile"="" >> ext.reg start /wait ext.reg del ext.reg echo Complete exit
- Anything wrong with this, in general?
- Can you write to other types of non-text files like registry files with batch files?
- Please tell me the registry code for removing an item, so that I can add that.
- Most importantly, can a registry file interact with the user, like take in input and make a variable so I don't need a batch file at all?