Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Add new entries to Windows 7 desktop context menu

The desktop context menu is the next best place to keep your programs and files shortcuts, because it keeps your desktop clean. Now there is no easy way to edit the context menu in Windows, is it? We always have to use a third party software unless you are willing to dig into the registry.


Your Menu is a free software that allows you to add custom menu items to the desktop context menu (right-click menu) on Windows 7.  It does not work for other Windows versions.

Using Your Menu you can add either single menu items or cascading menus.

Your Menu does not modify the registry directly; rather, it creates a registry file you double-click to install yourself.  This way you know exactly what changes have been made.  In addition, an undo file is also created so that you can remove any entries that you created with Your Menu. Easy and safe.


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