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Windows 7 Navigation Pane Customizer

Windows 7 Navigation Pane Customizer is a simple to use tool that allows you to customize Windows Explorer navigation pane items. You can add or hide items like control panel, recycle bin, home group, favorites, etc from the navigation pane. You can also rename all these items.

The application is extremely simple to use and no installation needed. Just run it as administrator (right click and select Run as administrator), check items that you want to display (or uncheck that you don’t want to display) in the navigation pane.
 You can also rename the items if you like. Click on the item that you want to rename and type the new name for it.

After making changes click, ‘Apply settings’. You can always restore to default by clicking ‘Restore Settings’. Windows 7 Navigation Pane Customizer can be downloaded at source.


  1. Hello,

    Very Nice Application !!!

    Works for all except will not remove my Recycle Bin for Windows 7 x64 with all of the latest updates. Tried adding and removing several times plus rebooting and it does not remove the Recycle Bin.


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