After reviewing the Ultimate Windows Context Menu Customizer yesterday I have another tool for you today. Right-Click Enhancer is a tool collection to customize and enhance the Windows right-click menu. All tools do not have to be installed, just unpacked to the operating system. A total of five tools and a help file are located in the folder afterwards.
The right-click tweaker displays ten different features and options that can be added to the right-click menu of the Windows operating system. It includes the following options:
The second program, My Computer Manager, can be used to add files or folders to My Computer or the Windows Control Panel. These folders and files can then be opened directly from those locations.
The right-click cascading menu shortcuts creator can be used to add cascading menus to the right-click menu. Files and folders can then be added to those menus easily.
Right-Click Shortcuts Creator works only under Vista or Windows 7. Offers to add or delete files and folders to the Windows right click menu. It basically offers the same as the cascading menu creator, with the difference that items are displayed on the root level and not in cascading menus.
Send To Manager finally offers to add and remove items from the Windows Send To menu.
All of the tools are easy to use, even inexperienced computer users should not have problems using them. The changes take effect immediately on the system, which means it is directly possible to test them on the system.
Right-Click Enhancer's focus lies on adding features to the various context menus of the operating system. The program is compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit editions of the Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 operating system. It should be compatible with Windows Server systems as well. The program requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5. The program is available at the developer's website.
Update: The author's website is no longer available, but you can still download the program itself from third party repositories like Softpedia.
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