The Right-Click Context Menu on your Windows 7 (or any other Windows Version)System has shortcuts to important functions or Programs that you use frequently. And in case you are not able to figure out which exactly is the Context Menu, let us put it to you in a simple way. The Menu that shows up on right clicking any icon on your Windows desktop is called the Context Menu. In this article we will tell you about three utilities that will help you to Add More Options To The Context Menu In Windows 7.
Right-Click Extender for Windows 7
Right-Click Extender for Windows 7 is a free utility that lets you add important and useful items like shortcuts and tweaks to the right click context menu. Using this utility you can specifically add and remove options to a File, Folder, Computer and Desktop’s Right Click Context Menu. You may like to find out more about the Right Click Context Menu Extender for Windows 7. (You can check the screenshot below). The utility can be downloaded from here (Direct Link, Check website for latest version)
Open++ is yet another context menu shell extension for all versions of Windows including Windows 7 adds a submenu under the name of open++ in the Context Menu with customized menu items to the shell context menu when you right click on a file or folder with some predefined commands such as Command Prompt, Copy Path, Copy Short Path, Run with Parameters, Register DLL, Unregister DLL, Open CD Drive, Close CD Drive, Set File Attributes, Set File Time, and so on. You can find more details about the utility here and download the utility for 32bit or 64bit systems.
MooO Right Clicker
From the MooO homepage, Right Clicker is a set of enhancements on the context menu (right click menu) of Windows Explorer. It adds many useful functionalities like duplicating current explorer window, open/move to/copy to bookmarked folders, hiding default context menus, and more.
A Few Tips for Right Clicker:
- Un-Hide default right click menus like "Send To" from "Customize.." > "UnHide" > ..
- All menus are available by Right-Clicking with Shift-Key.