Theres a very handy «file context menu» concept implemented in Windows Explorer, which means youre always only «one right-click away» from the most appropriate actions for this type of file or folder. Unfortunately, Windows doesnt provide the direct user control for those menus; so, when some application that you dislike also brings its actions into the context menu, theres nothing you can do about it. Likewise, when some actions youd like to see there arent in the context menu, you can do nothing to place them there. Good news for today: In fact, you can change it all with pretty handy Fast Explorer, the software for making your interactions with Windows Explorer instant and enjoyable.
What Fast Explorer does for you is it gives you the FULL control over all custom items on files context menus. You can control either the common (appropriate for all objects) menu items, or individually for file types, folders, files of unknown type and so on. Adding your own items and entire submenus is as easy as getting rid of existing items. Fast Explorers capabilities walk so far that it allows you to add images (even in the PNG format) to your custom items; it understands your system good enough to cleanup even the menu items added through shell extensions. And with all the cool features, you will be surprised with the easy and pretty interface of the software!
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