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Speed-up Windows right click menu

Mmm is a tiny application that lets you customize your windows context menus (right click menu) in a very simple manner. Because of a growing list of applications that one uses, almost every application adds one or two items on to the context menu. This results in a long list context menu which has a lot of stuff you don’t even need. Moreover it takes longer to load when right clicking on a file.

This freeware application lets you configure any right-click menu, no matter which file you right-click on, just by dragging and dropping. You can remove menu-items you never use (like third parties advertisements) or put rarely used functions out on a sub-menu.

How to use it? Download (857Kb) and install it. Right click any file or items. You can see a colored bar in the right-click menu. Drag menu-items you never use to the Hidden items and drag the items you use occasionally to the Rarely used sub-menu (see image). Keep only those items you often use in the root-menu (the left side). Click Apply when you are done.

The program is tiny and takes very little system resources. The only disadvantage is that it displays a colored bar in the context menu, that is annoying, at least for me.

Comments

  1. hides the extension but it doesen't remove it

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  2. @Thanks for the correction,the pro version is able to remove it?

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