Easy Context Menu adds several useful options to Windows context (right-click) menus. Basically, it puts some of Windows most useful tools just a right-click away. It may not be for the casual Windows user, but it is simple enough that anyone can use it. It is Windows only.
Easy Context Menu requires no installation; just unzip and run. Its simple interface is has seven sections – five for the various context menu types and two for additional sub menus. Adding menu items is very easy. Simply select the check box for an item and click the ‘Apply Changes’ button (green plus sign/mouse icon), and the item is added to the context menu. Options for each item include show/hide an icon for the item, enable shift-click, and to position the item top/middle/bottom on the context menu. Right click the item (in Easy Context Menu’s window) to edit these options. The two sub menus are very useful. One, has the shut down options from the start menu. The other sub menu, System Tools, allow you to select up to 14 tools to be on one sub menu. Tool options include : MSconfig, Control Panel, Sticky Notes, Clipping Tool, RegEdit and more. A favorite tweak of mine is hidden under the Tools menu. It allows the removal of arrows and “Shortcut to” from all shortcuts.
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Easy Context Menu performed flawlessly on Windows 7. If you enjoy tweaking Windows, Easy Context Menu is an excellent tool.