Manage the kontext menus...

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  1. Hannibal Lecter

    Hannibal Lecter MDL Senior Member

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    Manage the kontext menus...

    I used to have some small and simple software that allowed me to manage the kontext menus of files. With one simple click you add and remove any item in the kontext menu, after right-klicking on any file on the desktop.

    I can no longer find it or remember its name... Anybody knows this?

    Thanks, HL
     
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    #2 Daz, Jun 6, 2010
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    Hannibal Lecter MDL Senior Member

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    Hannibal Lecter MDL Senior Member

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    It would be kind if one of you either tells me that there is no such tool, or that you never heard of a tool like that, or, that maybe I am missing the point of the two offered solutions....

    As I DID use a tool which does precisely what I am looking for, this is rather unsatisfying
     
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    #5 Daz, Jun 10, 2010
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    Not sure of what that would be but I would think both of the suggested applications allow you to remove the extra items. I can't see no Windows 7 specific application for this task, nor one for Vista either... Maybe it was in an all in one tweak application that you previously used.
     
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  6. Hannibal Lecter

    Hannibal Lecter MDL Senior Member

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    Sorry about the bother...
    If somebody ever runs a course on how to remove items like "copy to this, copy there, go to previous version, play with WMP ,add to wmp, check with MBytes, cut, copy, rename, create shortcut" I would love to attend...

    Everybody... have a nice worldcup.

    I believe the whole problem is that the one I used has no version for Windows 7