Add to Explorer Context menu custom commands, using FileMenu Tools

FileMenu Tools is a free program you can use to customize the Windows Explorer Context menu by adding your own options or any of the default tools. FileMenu Tools can also delete commands added by other programs.

The program provides by default the following options (you can use any, all, or none of them, and create your own):

– Run With Parameters. – Command Line From Here. – Copy/Move. – Copy Path. – Copy Name. – Copy Content. – Paste Clipboard. – Attributes. – Change Time. – Split/Join File. – Register/Unregister DLL. – Find and Replace. – Advanced Rename. – Change Icon. – Advanced Delete. – Synchronize two folders. – Delete Locked File. – Delete permanently (without moving to Recycle Bin). – Shred Files. – Create New Folder. – Size of Folders. – Send to mail recipient

As you see the available options are enough to give to your context a lot of power, but you can add also your own commands for even more power.