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Right-Click Extender 2.0

Add and remove items to the right click context menu


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Total downloads: 2,727
  • Last Updated: Apr 1, 2010
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Right-Click Extender is a System Utilities software developed by The Windows Club. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Right-Click Extender:

BrothersoftEditor: We are pleased to release Right-Click Extender for Windows 7. Right-Click Extender is a freeware utility which allows you to add some important items to the right click context menu.

UPDATE: 11th March, 2010. Right-Click Extender for Windows 7 has been updated to v 2.0 to include many more options.

Right-Click Extender allows you to add or remove many additional options to a Drive, File, Folder, Computer and Desktop’s Right Click Context Menu.

Simply Check to add items to Right-Click Menus and press Apply. To remove the items, uncheck the box and click Apply. The menus also add’s icons next to available Menu Options. Some however, do not support this feature.

Right-Click Extender v2 adds many new options from the previous version . V2 also allows you to add each item to the Hidden menu that is viewable by hitting Shift+Click. Under Settings you have the option to create a Backup of Registry (Backup only Backups sections of Registry that the application will make changes to) or Creating a System Restore Point before making changes . You can optionally Restore the Backup and open System Restore Point to Rollback Changes.
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