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Right Click Context Menu Adder

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Published: July 22, 2011
DOWNLOAD LINK - www.askvg.com/right-click-cont…

UPDATE: New version 2.0 released which comes with lots of new features such as ability to add website links, files and folders shortcuts in Desktop context menu. Check out homepage for full details.

I posted a detailed tutorial in past at AskVG.com which allows you to add your desired favorite program shortcut in Windows 7 and Windows 8 Desktop context menu so that you can run that program quickly and easily by just right-click on Desktop:

How to Add Program Shortcuts and Useful Shortcuts with Icons in Windows 7 and Windows 8 Desktop Context Menu?

"Right Click Context Menu Adder" is a free and portable utility created by AskVG reader "Gromas" which allows you to add your favorite application shortcut, website link, file or folder shortcut in Windows 7 and Windows 8 Desktop context menu quickly and easily and you'll not need to modify Windows Registry yourself, this software will do the job for you.

Just run the tool, select the program, website URL, etc and add it to Desktop context menu.
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rhetoricaltravel's avatar
Hi and thanx for promoting a neat app. I am requesting the same feature as what another user (mtolgae) requested on the app's main page:
adding a "search with google" option for inside windows' native context menu when highlighting text, right along with cut, copy and paste. It such a simple thing and so lacking when compared to what we can do in our browsers nowadays.
If your user is still developing the app and you're still in contact with him, it'd be a great feature to add. Thanx
ZecaCodigo's avatar
Did you create this tool Vishal-Gupta, or are you promoting someone else's work?
Vishal-Gupta's avatar
This tool was created by an AskVG (my website) reader and was released by AskVG. :)
DareDevilArt's avatar
DareDevilArtHobbyist Digital Artist
Can I edit original menu? e.g. change icons?
StormerR34's avatar
Does this work on Windows 8?
mikejon45's avatar
very useful program...many thanks for sharing with us...:)
TykoBrian's avatar
TykoBrianStudent Photographer
Can't this be used is XP??
sismartfren's avatar
sismartfrenStudent Digital Artist
The windows 8 developer preview is expiring ;)
If you have any less than 50.000G, Don't give me :'(
Vishal-Gupta's avatar
The trick only works in Windows 7 so the tool cant work in XP.
Tramperdk's avatar
SmartClick v3 will support both older versions of Windows AND submenus (: , I've just been a little busy at work for the last few.. months <.<
Fr0z3n77's avatar
very cool program thanks for that ;-)
LordReserei's avatar
LordResereiHobbyist General Artist
Very handy program. Featured here. [link]
Vishal-Gupta's avatar
Very nice. Thanks for the video and supporting the software. Much appreciated. :)
LordReserei's avatar
LordResereiHobbyist General Artist
The pleasure's mine. Wanted to get it out to as many non-deviantart members as possible. =)
gromichoafsystems's avatar
@ dafmat71

Thanks! It's really nice to know if people enjoy it or not! :)

About your question, as long as I know/searched there is only 2 positions for this, up and down. But if I found a way to use (if exist) the normal (middle i suppose...) option i will add it. ;)
gromichoafsystems's avatar
@ unndi

Yes, all programs you add (with this tool) you can allways remove them using this tool (as long as you don't delete the "ListaProgramasAdicionados.txt" text file were the entries are stored=

Tip 1: If you added some programs using other method or tool you can add that programs to the "ListaProgramasAdicionados.txt" text file, one per line so this tool will remove them too

Tip 2: If you added some programs using other method or tool AND you wish to edit them, like change it's icon or position, just type the location of that file, choose a new icon and/or position and type the exactly current text shown in menu of that item in the "Text on Menu" text box. Then click "Add to Context Menu" button
gromichoafsystems's avatar
@ Trong

Yes you can restore it back.

1 - Browse for comand prompt (cmd.exe) located at C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe

2 - The use the same location C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe for the icon

3 - Choose the "up" radiobutton

4 - Check the "Show only when SHIFT key is pressed" checkbox

5 - Add the text "Open command window here" in "Text on Menu" text box (or whatever you want to name it)

6 - Done! :)
Trong's avatar
This broke my "Open command window here" with Shift + Right Click. It disappeared after applying this. Anyway to get it back?
aluckymuse's avatar
aluckymuseProfessional Digital Artist
does this remove unwanted programs as well?
dafmat71's avatar
dafmat71Hobbyist Interface Designer
really nice, but why not 3 positions on context menu: Up, normal and down?? ;)
gromichoafsystems's avatar
It can be done! Will be avaliable in next release ;)
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