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Always Full Context Menu Enhances Windows Right Click Menu

I think one of the most useful features of Windows context menu is ‘Send to’ option. You can move a file or folder from one location to another location very easily by just right clicking on it. However, by default, Windows offers only a few locations to move a file, you need to click and hold Shift key to get extra entries. Here is how to enable all context menu entries permanently in Windows 7 and Vista.

AlwaysFullContext Menu is a little, portable tool that can enable the full context menu in Windows (in Windows explorer, desktop and start menu).


It is quite easy to use and setup. Download (currently beta) and just run it. When you run the program for the first time, a welcome window will open up. Select ‘Enable run at startup’ option if you want to run the program at Windows startup.


Always Full Context Menu also adds other context menu items such as ‘Open command prompt here’, ‘Copy path’, ‘Turn on Bitlocker’, Pin to start menu, etc. to right-click menu.

AlwaysFullContext Menu enhances Windows right click menu and useful if you often forget to click and hold Shift key to get extra entries. It can be downloaded from source.

Comments

  1. This is definitely a nice tool... don't get me wrong. However, all things considered, it's difficult to imagine anything being better than LopeSoft's "Filemenu Tools."

    Just my opinion, mind you.


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